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DOVER MATCH PACK

3 October 2014

All you need to know ahead of tomorrow's game

Rovers will be going into tomorrow's game looking to continue their recent good form and maintain their unbeaten run at the Memorial Stadium.

Opposition: Dover come to the Memorial Stadium off the back of two positive results at home beating Alfreton 1-0 and Aldershot 3-0 but currently sit in 19th position in the Conference Premier.

The Whites received a major boost earlier this week after Luton Town pair Ricky Miller and Solomon Taiwo had their loan deals extended for a further month, and both players are expected to keep their place in the starting line-up for tomorrow's game.

Dangerman - Ricky Miller: Luton Town loanee Miller signed for Dover in September and has gone on to score four goals in seven appearances this season. Miller was initially signed on a months loan but this was extended for a further month earlier this week.

The Dover front man has netted in his last two games and will be looking to make it three games in a row on Saturday.

Darrell’s View: “I think we are getting to the stage where we can’t let complacency set in. It’s one game Saturday, so we need to take care of Saturday.

“Dover come here having beating Aldershot 3-0, Chris Kinnear teams are always very organised and well drilled.

“We need to respond in the right way, that it’s Dover but it is just another game.

“Results in mid-week show that anyone can beat anyone in this league so we just have to keep focused."

Team News: Rovers will be without Steve Mildenhall and Ollie Clarke who will serve their suspensions following their red cards at Eastleigh with Will Puddy expected to start in goal.

Last Meeting: This will be a first ever league meeting between the two sides. 

Listen Live: Unable to make the trip to the Memorial Stadium tomorrow? Then you can follow all the action from 3.00pm as Bristol Rovers take on Dover LIVE on Gas Player.



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