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Vital Doncaster drops by for a chat, indicating that this could be a high-scoring affair at the Keepmoat tomorrow afternoon.

DonnyEd from Vital Doncaster shares his views with us ahead of the eagerly anticipated clash tomorrow.

How has your season gone so far?

Far too many draws, it`s very similar to this stage last season we are playing well but not getting the results our performances deserve.

How did you assess last season's performance?

Looked bankers for relegation at Christmas but then went on a run that was only bettered by Sheffield United in terms of points won.

With the size of our squad and money we have to spend then staying in the division was seen as a good season.

Prior to the campaign were you fearing the dreaded 'second season syndrome?'

Always fearful and with the loss of two key players it made it even more worrying.

Do you think you strengthened adequately in the summer?

No not nearly, brought in two experienced players in John Oster and Quentin Fortune, who have been about a bit and two other lads from the wilderness.

Sean O'Driscoll appears to be doing a steady job - how do you rate his performance?

With the cash he`s got at his disposal he`s doing a great job, the team plays the game the right way we just need a bit more in certain key areas.

You have drawn the most games in the league thus far - in most cases, a point gained or two points dropped?

In a lot of cases two points dropped, we have been leader in quite a lot of our games this season at half time and not gone on to win them.

Both wins have come at home, how crucial will your form at the Keepmoat be to your aspirations?

Very, we can`t afford to lose many at home with our away form being so average

Is there a player QPR fans should watch out for?

Dean Shiels has been in fantastic form this season and has started scoring goals as well.

Conversely is there anyone in the R's line-up that you fear?

The lad you have on loan from Spurs, is it Taarabt? He`s looked good from what I`ve seen of him on the box.

How do you think the game will pan out - what is your prediction?

I wouldn`t be surprised to see another draw, we are finding the net a bit more this season and you're in good form so could be 2-2.

Many thanks to DonnyEd

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Date:Friday November 20 2009

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