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Finally bringing to an end their unbeaten start to 2022, Cambridge crashed out of the EFL Trophy on Tuesday – losing on penalties after a 1-1 draw at Rotherham United, to whom they have now lost three times this season.
United came up just short after Paul Digby‘s 40th-minute goal had levelled the match and ultimately forced a spot-kick lottery, with Adam May the unfortunate man to miss following 13 successive penalties scored.
As a result, Mark Bonner‘s men missed the chance to reach the competition’s semi-finals for the first time since 2003, and will now have to return their attention to matters in League One.
Sitting in mid-table, they moved closer to the top half of the standings with a victory over relegation-threatened Crewe last Saturday and are currently nine points clear of the relegation zone – only 10 adrift of the playoff spots.
Inching closer to securing successive seasons in the third tier – having been in the fourth flight or lower for almost 20 years – a stunning FA Cup success against Newcastle United grabbed national headlines, and their recent upturn confirms the quietly competent job Bonner has done of late.
Before meeting Luton Town in the fourth round next month, back-to-back games in Lancashire – both against bottom-half opposition – will surely be seen as an opportunity to further climb the table.
With a depleted squad of late, Plymouth included rookie midfielder Will Jenkins-Davies on the bench at Fleetwood, but Steven Schumacher could have a pair of regulars back in action on Saturday.
Ryan Hardie, who has missed the last three matches with a shoulder problem, and Jordan Houghton (ankle) should be available for Doncaster’s visit, after the latter was ruled out in midweek having picked up his injury during the defeat to Lincoln.
Meanwhile, Macaulay Gillesphey was forced off on Tuesday due to a hamstring issue and his fitness will be assessed before the game. However, Danny Mayor (back) is set to remain sidelined for the visitors, who also have long-term knee injury victims Brendan Galloway and George Cooper out of commission.
The hosts could feature recent signing Adam Clayton, who left Birmingham City by mutual consent in November and has agreed a short-term deal to aid Doncaster’s fight for survival.
Following a resolute showing at the heart of the back four last weekend, Ollie Younger left the pitch with his head bandaged, but is still expected to be available to Gary McSheffrey.
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Following his crucial strike at MK Dons, industrious striker Joe Dodoo will hope to continue his upturn as he leads the hosts’ line once again. He should be supported by Kieran Agard, who moved from Plymouth on a free transfer earlier this month.
Doncaster Rovers possible starting lineup:
Jones; Knoyle, Younger, Olowu, Horton; Smith, Galbraith, Rowe; Agard, Dodoo, Bogle
Plymouth Argyle possible starting lineup:
Cooper; Wilson, Scarr, Crichlow; Edwards, Randell, Camara, Broom, Grant; Hardie, Jephcott