November 2, 2013
Quinn set for Rovers return
Team Stat Comparison
|Doncaster Rovers||Brighton & Hove Albion|
|Goals for *||1.2||0.8|
|Goals against *||1.4||0.7|
|Last 5 home||W-W-L-W-L||L-W-D-L-D|
|Last 5 away||D-L-D-L-L||D-W-W-D-L|
|* Goals per match - home matches for home club and away matches for away club|
|Stats: Doncaster Rovers | Brighton & Hove Albion|
Paul Quinn will be fit and available for Doncaster when Brighton visit the Keepmoat Stadium.
Quinn was replaced at half-time against Middlesbrough last Friday as on-loan QPR full-back Suk-Young Yun came on for his Rovers debut at the Riverside.
Midfielder Richie Wellens comes back into the reckoning after a one-match suspension as manager Paul Dickov faces a selection dilemma over which formation to go with against Albion.
Wellens could start at the expense of Dean Furman if Dickov retains the 4-4-2 formation used at Middlesbrough. Or, on the back of eight goals conceded in two games, Dickov may return to a more conservative 4-5-1 line up with Wellens replacing either striker Theo Robinson or midfielders Mark Duffy or James Coppinger.
Stephen Ward is the latest addition to Brighton's casualty list.
The on-loan Wolves defender suffered a hamstring injury during Monday night's 1-1 draw with Watford and will not travel to the Keepmoat, so Inigo Calderon is set to deputise at left-back.
Ward joins Andrea Orlandi, Will Hoskins, Kazenga LuaLua (all knee), Liam Bridcutt (hernia), Craig Mackail-Smith (Achilles), Kemy Agustien (hamstring) and Leonardo Ulloa (foot) in the treatment room.
Agustien is closest to a return while Orlandi and Bridcutt are also stepping up their recoveries, but they are not expected to be involved against Rovers.