Date: 19th January 2013 at 8:20am
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Doncaster Rovers will be hoping to beat the weather and Leyton Orient at the Keepmoat Stadium today.

With snow sweeping across the country, the ground staff at the Keepmoat have been working around the clock to try and make sure the game gets the go ahead.

The afternoon will mark the first game since Brian Flynn was confirmed as the new Doncaster boss.

Last week, in his first game in temporary charge, Doncaster came from behind to win at Stevenage with a last gasp winner from Flynn`s assistant Rob Jones.

The win keeps Doncaster joint top of League One and they will be looking to continue their good form with a win over Orient today.

Bookmakers Paddypower have Doncaster at 9/10 to claim the three points. Orient come into the game having lost in the FA Cup in midweek. Orient eventually went down to championship side Hull City in extra time.

Orient are 3/1 to take the points back down the M1 whilst it is 12/5 on the draw.

Iain Hume scored his fifth goal of the season last weekend for Doncaster and he is 6/1 for the opener today.

Defender Rob Jones netted his sixth goal at Stevenage and the new assistant to Brian Flynn will once again look to lead by example. Jones is 14/1 to score the first goal.

David Mooney has netted ten times for Orient this season, including seven in his last nine games. The midfielder is 9/1 to score the opener this afternoon.

Veteran striker Kevin Lisbie is hoping to have overcome the hamstring injury that has seen him miss the last two games.

Lisbie has netted nine times this season and he is 15/2 to score the first goal.

For a full list of odds go to Paddypower.com

*Odds subject to fluctuation and correct at the time of print

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