Nov 30, 2013 at 3pm UK at ​The Keepmoat Stadium
DoncasterDoncaster Rovers
QPRQueens Park Rangers
Robinson (48'), Quinn (90')
Wellens (52'), Turnbull (90')
FT(HT: 0-1)
Austin (44')
Dunne (82'), Jenas (90')

Preview: Doncaster Rovers vs. Queens Park Rangers

A general view of Doncaster Rovers's Keepmoat Stadium on April 5, 2007
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Sports Mole looks ahead to Saturday's Championship match between Doncaster Rovers and Queens Park Rangers.

Queens Park Rangers could go top of the Championship if they beat Doncaster Rovers on Saturday and other results go their way.

Harry Redknapp's side, who sit third in the table on goal difference, are level on points with leaders Burnley and second-placed Leicester City.

Doncaster's 2-0 reversal at Charlton Athletic in midweek was the club's fourth defeat in their last six outings.

QPR extended their unbeaten run to four matches when they edged past Charlton at Loftus Road last Saturday.

Doncaster boss Paul Dickov could welcome back midfielder Dean Furman, who missed the Charlton defeat due to a one-match suspension.

For QPR, Junior Hoilett could return to the side after recovering from a hamstring injury.

Recent form

Doncaster: LLLDWL


Possible starting lineups

Doncaster: Turnbull; Quinn, Khumalo, McCullough, Wabara; Coppinger, Wellens, Furman, Duffy; Paynter, Macheda

QPR: Green; Simpson, Dunne, Hill, Assou-Ekotto; Phillips, O'Neil, Barton, Jenas, Hoilett; Austin

Sports Mole says: 0-2

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