Second-placed Doncaster’s promotion push to date has been largely built on a seriously impressive away record while Rovers’ home form is less eye-catching, however Brian Flynn’s men can improve their Keepmoat Stadium stats as they entertain Leyton Orient.
The O’s could be a touch weary following their gruelling extra-time loss to Hull in their midweek FA Cup replay and Doncaster, on the back of four wins from five, look decent value at 20/21 courtesy of BetVictor to capitalise.
At a skinnier 8/15 with Coral, Swindon also have the look of home bankers about them as they come up against poor travellers Shrewsbury and completing a tasty treble are Coventry.
The Sky Blues, fresh from seeing off League One leaders Tranmere on Wednesday, are 10/11 (Stan James) to overcome an Oldham team that has taken just one point from the last available 18.
Treble on Doncaster, Swindon and Coventry – 9/2 (BetVictor)