DONCASTER Rovers’ position of tenth in Sky Bet League One arguably fails to do the South Yorkshire side justice.

Darren Moore’s men have played at least a game fewer than most of their rivals and have plenty of players who can hurt Oxford United tomorrow.


The 23-year-old signed permanently in January 2018 after enjoying a successful few months on loan from Sheffield United.

He has since established himself at the heart of the club’s midfield, racking up 50 games and five goals last season – but also 13 yellow cards.

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Even at 38, Coppinger continues to play a major role for Rovers and is his side’s joint-top scorer this season.

The midfielder has made more than 630 appearances in 15 years at the club to make himself Moore’s most reliable lieutenant.

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The centre back has played every league game this season after building on an encouraging first full season with Rovers in 2018/19.

After spending several seasons being loaned out by Burnley, Anderson, now 26, appears to have finally found a permanent home at the Keepmoat Stadium.