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A cross is delivered by David Cotterill.
The ball is delivered by David Cotterill.
Shot by James Coppinger.
Mark Duffy has an effort at goal and missed to the right of the goal.
Gary MacKenzie receives a caution.
Tom Ince sends in a cross.
Richie Wellens restarts play with the free kick.
Free kick taken by Kirk Broadfoot.
Matt Gilks restarts play with the free kick.
Corner taken by David Cotterill from the right by-line.
Corner taken by Tom Ince from the left by-line.
Shot by Steven Davies.
David Cotterill has a direct shot on goal from the free kick.
Free kick taken by Matt Gilks.
Bongani Khumalo takes the free kick.
The referee shows Dean Furman a yellow card.
Clearance made by Craig Cathcart.
Steven Davies slots the ball left footed into the goal. Doncaster 0-1 Blackpool.
Barry Ferguson takes the chance to get an effort at goal. Ross Turnbull parries the ball but the danger is not over.
Paul Quinn manages to make a clearance.
Barry Ferguson restarts play with the free kick.
Header at goal by Chris Brown misses to the right.
The ball is sent over by Bobby Grant.
The official flags Bobby Grant offside.
Wellens secures Rovers return
Doncaster have re-signed former midfielder Richie Wellens on a short-term contract.
Wellens, who made almost 100 appearances for Rovers between 2007 and 2009 and helped them win promotion to the Championship, has been training withPaul Dickov's side since having his contract with Leicester cancelled by mutual consent last week.
Press Association Sport understands a longer deal is on the table for the 33-year-old provided there is a successful conclusion to the investment talks currently taking place at the South Yorkshire club.
Wellens becomes the fourth player to join Doncaster this week following the arrivals of Bongani Khumalo, Ross Turnbull and Harry Forrester.
After being released by Manchester United in 2000 Wellens played for Blackpool and Oldham prior to his arrival at Rovers.
In 2009 he joined Leicester but made just four appearances for the Foxes last season and was sent to Ipswich on a month-long loan as he recovered from a cruciate ligament injury.
Blackpool will start the season without Scotland international Matt Phillips.
The winger required surgery after breaking his arm in training and is unlikely to return for another two to three months.
Paul Ince's five new signings areall available, though, with full-back Jack Robinson joining Steven Davies, Michael Chopra, Bobby Grant and Gary MacKenzie at Bloomfield Road.
Forward Thomas Ince could also feature after turning down a move to Cardiff to remain on the north-west coast.
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