Doncaster Rovers boss Darren Ferguson is looking to complete a perfect Easter with a win against AFC Wimbledon on Monday and end any worries of relegation this season.
Doncaster kicked off Easter with a 2-1 win at Blackpool on Friday to make it back-to-back wins following their recent win against Bradford City.
The win moves Doncaster onto 49 points for the season and up to 13th in the League One table, nine points clear of the relegation places.
Doncaster face a busy end to the season with eight games in the final five weeks and Ferguson is hoping for a win against relegation fighting Wimbledon on Monday to end any thoughts of relegation.
Ferguson feels a win against Wimbledon will allow them to concentrate on finishing as high as they can in the table rather than the pressure of those behind them.
“Monday now becomes a huge game for us, because if you get two wins over the Easter period, you are sitting on 52 points, with seven games to go, you start looking up rather than behind you,” Ferguson told BBC Radio Sheffield.
Five of Doncaster`s last eight games are at the Keepmoat Stadium, somewhere that has been kind to them this season.
Doncaster have only been beaten twice at the Keepmoat Stadium since September, picking up 25 points from a possible 39.
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