Wolves v Doncaster

17 January 2011 04:48
Skipper Karl Henry is back in the Wolves starting XI having returned from a two-month lay-off with knee trouble as a substitute on Saturday.Jody Craddock is also back after being out since October with a hip injury but David Edwards [hamstring] is still out and George Elokobi is suspended. [LNB] Doncaster team news to follow. [LNB][LNB] BIG-MATCH FACTS The tie in context[LNB]• Wolves are one of 15 Premier League clubs still in the FA Cup. [LNB]• Doncaster are one of 10 survivors from the Championship. [LNB]• The winners of this tie will be home to either Stoke or Cardiff in the fourth round. [LNB]Gulf in class[LNB]• Wolves stand 16 places higher than the South Yorkshire club in the league standings. [LNB][LNB] Head-to-head • Wolves have won three and drawn one of their last four league and cup matches against Doncaster. [LNB]• Rovers have not beaten Wanderers since a 2-1 third tier triumph in October 1985. [LNB]• Doncaster have failed to score in five of their seven meetings with the Black Country club. [LNB] FA Cup records and best performances [LNB]• The 2-2 draw in the original third round tie on 8 January is the first time these clubs had faced each other outside the league. [LNB]• Wolves scored goals from Nenad Milijas and Stephen Hunt (pen) at the Keepmoat, either side of efforts from Billy Sharp and James Hayter for the home club. [LNB][LNB] The clubs WOLVERHAMPTON WANDERERS[LNB]Current form[LNB]• Won one of four. [LNB]• Only played one game at Molineux since defeat to Wigan on Boxing Day, but that game was a 1-0 triumph over Chelsea on 5 January. [LNB]FA Cup form[LNB]• Last fell at the third round hurdle in 2002. [LNB]• Knocked out by Championship club Crystal Palace, in the fourth round last season. [LNB]• The four-times winners last lifted the trophy in 1960. [LNB]DONCASTER ROVERS[LNB]Current form[LNB]• Saturday's 3-0 home loss to Reading, ended a four-game unbeaten run. [LNB]• Not won in three on the road (D1, L2), since beating Portsmouth 3-2 at Fratton Park on 13 November. [LNB]FA Cup form[LNB]• Gone out in the fourth round in each of the last two seasons, after a 23-year wait to reach that far. [LNB]• Queen's Park Rangers were the last top-flight club they have eliminated; in the third round in January 1985. [LNB][LNB] Match officials Referee: Kevin Friend (Leicestershire) [LNB]Assistant referees: Trevor Massey and Dean Mohareb [LNB]Fourth official: Scott Mathieson

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