After a midweek washout Stanley hit the road for a rare February away trip.

The Keepmoat Stadium is the destination as the Reds take on Doncaster Rovers.

Stanley were unable to take advantage of their midweek game in hand with the weather intervening and now find themselves on the road.

Hosts Doncaster are top of the table and will present a stiff test for John Coleman’s men.

The Reds will hope for a good result and a continuation of a decent run of form which has seen them edge away from the bottom two.

Stanley are unbeaten in two going into the game after the high scoring draw with Mansfield and the home win over Colchester.

Away form has taken a dip of late, with no victory on the road since Crewe in December.

Coleman’s men are 19th in League Two, four points clear of the relegation places.

Team News

Omar Beckles begins a three match ban after Stanley elected not to appeal his red card against Colchester.

Sean McConville’s booking in that match was his tenth of the season, meaning he misses this game and Saturday’s trip to Doncaster through suspension.

Also ruled out is Janoi Donacien, who serves the second of his two match ban for reaching ten yellows.

The club continue to await news on international clearance for Portuguese winger Erico Sousa.

Doncaster Rovers are back in the fourth tier of English football following their relegation from League One last season.

The Yorkshire side retained Darren Ferguson as manager for the new campaign and he set about bringing in new players to help them get back to League One at the first time of asking.

An opening day defeat at the Wham Stadium was an early setback but Rovers have set about establishing themselves as promotion contenders and go into the game three points clear at the top of League Two.

Darren Ferguson became manager of Doncaster in October 2015. The son of Sir Alex played for Manchester United, Wolves, Sparta Rotterdam, Wrexham and Peterborough during his career.

His first managerial role was at Posh from 2007-9 before he linked up with Preston in 2010 but they slipped to bottom of the Championship which led to him leaving. He returned to Peterborough from 2010-15, taking them into the Championship before relegation back to League One.

Admission Prices

Adults £20
Seniors (60+) £16
Young Person (17-20) £12
Junior (12-16) £8
Under 11 £5
Wheelchair £appropriate pricing above with carer FOC
Ambulant £appropriate pricing above with Carer FOC

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