Doncaster Rovers play for the first time in a fortnight when they entertain Blackpool on Tuesday night and despite being decent home form before the weather intervened, they are a big price to win.
Ladbrokes have Rovers at 21/10 to win and stretch their unbeaten home run to six games.
Blackpool are in good form and are unbeaten so far in 2012. The seasiders are 5/4 to take the points back to the North West.
The two sides have met three times previously at the Keepmoat with all three games ending in a draw. It is 12/5 to continue this sequence.
Rovers are still getting used to life without goalscorer Billy Sharp. A lot of pressure will be placed on El Hadji Diouf and he is 6/1 to open the scoring.
Habib Bamogo started his first game for Rovers when they last played against Hull City and he is 7/1 to score first.
Blackpool are without Matt Phillips through injury. Veteran striker Kevin Phillips continues to roll back the years and he is 5/1 to open the scoring.
Thomas Ince scored twice when the sides met at Bloomfield Road in October and he is 8/1 to score the first goal.
For a full list of odds, go to Ladbrokes.com
*Odds subject to fluctuation
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