Date: 12th February 2013 at 9:20am
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Doncaster Rovers will be desperate to get their promotion push back on track when they welcome MK Dons to the Keepmoat tonight.

A win would see Rovers go top of League One for the first time this season and Bookmakers Paddypower have them at 6/4 to claim the three points and avoid a third defeat in a row for the first time this season.

MK Dons may have one eye on Saturday`s FA Cup fifth round tie with Barnsley. The Dons have slipped down League One in recent weeks and they are 7/4 to claim the three points, whilst it is 11/5 on the draw.

Billy Paynter scored his eighth goal of the season in the defeat to Walsall on Saturday and he is 11/2 to open the scoring for Rovers.

Strike partner Chris Brown is one goal away from double figures for the season and he is also 11/2 to score the opener.

MK Dons signed Izale McLeod from Portsmouth in January and he is still looking for his first goal for the club. McLeod netted eleven times for Portsmouth in the first half of the season and he is 11/2 for the opener.

Experienced midfielder Luke Chadwick returned for MK Dons at the weekend after two months on the sidelines through injury. Chadwick had netted eight times before his injury and he is 15/2 to score first tonight.

*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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