Date:Thursday August 29 2013
Ahead of AFC Bournemouth's trip to Doncaster for Saturday's Championship clash, AFCB Vital spoke to Vital Doncaster to give us a little preview of what to expect.
Any tips on getting to and from the ground (parking and getting from the train station etc)?
'Ground is quite easy to find if you are coming by road. Come off the M18 at Junction 3 - first left and keep going. You will see the ground in less than a mile.
'If you are coming by train, either you can take a twenty-minute walk or a taxi (outside the station) will have you there in less than ten minutes.
'Be careful where you park or you will get a ticket. There is limited parking at the ground but there are industrial estates near the ground that will allow you to park (for a fee of course).
Where are the best places for a pre-match drink for away supporters?
'Next to the ground is the Yorkshire Outlet. There is a beefeater pub on there that will allow away fans in. If you want something to eat, as well as the beefeater, there is a Pizza Hut, McDonalds and a KFC opposite the pub.
For those who haven't been before, what's your ground like for away supporters?
'It is a typical new build. There are no obstructions to your view and the seats are comfortable enough with enough legroom.
'You are situated behind one of the goals.
Who is your player to watch?
'James Husband - A young left back who is getting better with every game. He likes to get forward and he has good delivery.
Do you have any injury concerns ahead of the game?
'Summer signing Harry Forrester is very close to a return. He came on for the final few minutes in midweek, his first appearance since pre-season.
'Paul Keegan will be back in the squad after serving a one-match suspension.
'James Coppinger went off at half time in the midweek defeat to Leeds, so he could be a doubt.
'Jamie McCombe and Marc De Val Fernandez are out long-term.
What are your predictions for this game and the season?
'I am always less confident at home. I think we may just sneak it (a bit like the title), 2-1.
'I wasn`t very confident before the season but I have liked what I have seen so far. We were very unlucky not to win at Wigan, leading 2-1 with a minute to go and a waterlogged pitch at Charlton last Saturday cost us three points with us leading 3-1 at half time. I would still be happy with one place outside the relegation zone at this time.
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Date:Thursday August 29 2013
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