Doncaster Rovers striker John Marquis is now just one yellow card free game away from avoiding a two-match suspension.
Marquis has been on nine yellow cards since the draw at Portsmouth last month meaning one more yellow card, his tenth of the season, would mean an automatic two-match suspension under the totting up system.
The striker was set to pass the threshold of 37 League One games this weekend but the postponement of the clash against Bury last weekend means he still has one more game to go to avoid a suspension.
Marquis must avoid a yellow card in the live Sky TV game against Bradford City on Monday 19th March.
The next suspension under the totting up system would be 15 yellow cards before the end of the season.
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