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by The Rovers Review

Darren Ferguson is confident that his team will get a reaction following their midweek defeat away at Wigan.

Rovers will be without striker Andy Williams after he broke his ankle in his brief appearance in the loss against Wigan midweek, leaving him sidelined for an estimated three to four months.
On Rovers’ striker injury mini-crisis Ferguson said: “Unfortunately, we’ve had bad injuries in that area of the pitch, clearly Willo is added to that; Kiwomya not being fit, Alfie May having to have an operation, Mandeville’s in-between and Beestin’s in-between so we haven’t got an out-and-out number nine.”

Rovers finish off November at home to MK Dons and, after Tuesday nights defeat, Ferguson is delighted to return back to the Moat,
“We’re back at home, I’m pleased about that! I believe we’ll get a reaction and it’s a game I feel we can win, obviously, but I do feel we’ll get a reaction from Tuesday.”

MK have endured a fairly inconsistent start to League One. leaving them right in the middle of the division in 13th position. As of late they have only won one league game out of their last eight, whereas Rovers have won three out of their last eight.

The last time these two teams met was at Stadium MK, where Rovers fell to a three-nil defeat. The last time they visited the Keepmoat it was a goalless draw in October 2014.
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