Date: 27th November 2011 at 8:48pm
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Vital Doncaster Rovers looks at the form of both Millwall and Doncaster Rovers going into the game at the New Den on Tuesday night.

Millwall

The Lions battled to a goalless draw at Crystal Palace on Saturday.

Last time out at home they were beaten 2-1 by Bristol City and they have now failed to win any on their last three games, scoring just one goal.

This is after winning their three previous games, scoring ten goals in the process.

So far this season at home they have won three, drawn four and lost two.

Millwall are currently in twenty-first place with nineteen points from eighteen games.

Recent form: WWWLLD

Doncaster
Rovers fought out a goalless draw against Watford at the Keepmoat on Saturday.

In their last away game they were defeated 2-0 at Barnsley.

Rovers have won just one of their last eight games. They have managed just three away wins so far this season, with two of them coming on their travels.

So far this season away from home they have won two and lost seven. They are one of only four sides yet to draw away from home in the championship this season.

Rovers are still bottom of the championship despite their point on Saturday.

They have picked up just thirteen points from eighteen games so far this season.

Recent form: LDLWLD

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