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Vital QPR takes a look at Saturday's opponents Doncaster Rovers.

FACTS & FIGURES

Founded: 1879

Nickname: The Rovers

Ground: Keepmoat Stadium - 15,231

Manager: Sean Michael O'Driscoll

SELECTED HONOURS

Football League One Play-Off Winners : 2007/08

Football League Trophy Winners : 2007

Division Three Champions : 2003/2004

Fourth Division Champions : 1965/66, 1968/69

Third Division North Champions : 1934/35, 1946/47, 1949/50

Conference Play-Off Winners : 2002/03

Conference League Cup Winners : 1998/99, 1999/2000

RECORDS

Record Attendance: 37,149 vs Hull City, Football League Third Division North, 1948

Record victory: 10-0 v Darlington, Football League Fourth Division, 1964

Record defeat 0-12 v Small Heath, Division 2, 1902,

Record Buy: Matthew Mills - 300,000 from Man City

Record Sale: Matthew Mills - 2,000,000 to Reading

Record Appearances: Fred Emery - 504 (417 league matches)

Record Goals: Tom Keetley - 180

SQUAD

Goalkeepers

1. Neil Sullivan
33. Gary Woods

Defenders

2. James O'Connor
3. Gareth Roberts
6. James Chambers
11. Adam Lockwood
18. Sean McDaid
20. Jason Shackell
21. Sam Hird
23. Byron Webster
24. Mustapha Dumbuya

Midfielders

8. Brian Stock (cap)
10. John Spicer
15. Mark Wilson
16. John Oster
17. Martin Woods
19. Quinton Fortune
25. Stuart Elliott
26James Coppinger
27. Jack Wilson
31. Simon Gillett
34. Robbie Clark

Strikers

5. Billy Sharp
9. Steve Brooker
12. James Hayter
14. Paul Heffernan
22. Dean Shiels

LAST FIVE FIXTURES

L - 2-1 (A) v Plymouth
D - 3-3 (H) v Blackpool
L - 1-2 (A) v Newcastle United
W - 3-1 (H) v Peterborough
L - 0-1 (A) v Barnsley

LAST SEASON v QPR

Keepmoat Stadium

Doncaster Rovers 2-0 QPR - 10-03-2008 (Stewart og., Heffernan)


Loftus Road

QPR 2-0 Doncaster Rovers - 23-08-2008 (Blackstock, Ledesma)





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Date:Thursday November 19 2009

Time: 8:16PM

 

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