Doncaster Rovers boss Darren Ferguson is looking for a good finish to the season as they prepare for a busy end to the season.
Doncaster have eased their relegation worries recently, picking up seven points from a possible twelve, and they are now preparing for two games in four days over the Easter period.
The home win against Bradford in Doncaster`s last outing has taken them onto 46 points this season, six points above the relegation zone, and they know a good Easter period would almost guarantee their place in League One next season.
The recent postponements of the games with Bury and Blackburn Rovers mean Doncaster face nine games in 37 days and Ferguson feels his side are coming into this busy period in a good frame of mind and he wants to finish the season on a high.
“The way we are feeling is very positive,” Ferguson told the Doncaster Rovers official website.
“The players are in a great frame of mind off the back of last week`s win over Bradford, we`re looking to get some points on the board to give us a good end to the campaign.
“If we can finish as high as we can this season then it can give us a lot of confidence, and we will look to see where we could`ve done better this season, but if we can finish close to where we will have wanted to at the start that would be good.”
Doncaster travel to Blackpool today before they welcome AFC Wimbledon to the Keepmoat Stadium on Monday.
Away trips to Gillingham and MK Dons are next up before they finish the season with four of their final five games at the Keepmoat Stadium.
Relegation-battling Oxford United and Bury are next to visit the Keepmoat Stadium as well as an away trip to another club fighting relegation, Oldham Athletic.
Doncaster`s last two home games are against promotion-chasing Blackburn and Wigan Athletic, as Doncaster could have a big say in who goes up and down in the final month of the season.
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