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PREVIEW: Featherstone Rovers v Doncaster RLFC

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Posted 14 June 2014 - 06:20 AM

Sunday see's Doncaster travel to the Big Fella's Stadium to take on second placed Featherstone Rovers in the Kingstone Press Championship.

Sitting in third place, a win for the Dons would see them move level on points with Rovers.

Paul Cooke will be forced to shuffle his pack from last week's win at Barrow Raiders, with Liam Kent departing the club, after joining Featherstone on a permanent deal from Hull FC.

Back in March, Doncaster defeated Featherstone at the Keepmoat Stadium with an excellent 22-16 victory.

Doncaster are in search of their fourth win on the bounce as the club look on course to secure a top eight finish and a place in Super League's second tier.

Since Doncaster's victory over Featherstone, Rovers have made major changes both on and off the field.

Former Leeds Rhinos and Widnes Vikings star Andy Hay has been appointed head coach and he has made a great start in his new role.

Featherstone have won their last five successive matches in the Championship as they look to catch league leaders Leigh Centurions.

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