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18/04/2019 - 20:32 BST

We’ll Play Our Game At Sunderland, Vows Doncaster Boss

 




Doncaster Rovers boss Grant McCann has admitted Sunderland are a difficult side to face away from home, but insists his team will try to play their game at the Stadium of Light on Good Friday.

Rovers will be eyeing taking another hugely significant step towards securing a berth in the playoffs on Friday, when they face Sunderland away from home in League One.




Jack Ross’ men suffered their first defeat at home in League One this season against Coventry City last weekend and will be aiming to bounce back in their push for automatic promotion.

Despite the magnitude of the task in their hands at the Stadium of Light, McCann has insisted his team are keen on playing their brand of football and taking the game to Sunderland.
 


However, the Rovers boss also admitted his team will have to work their socks off, if they are to notch up a fifth straight win in League One with a win over the Black Cats on Wearside.

“It’s going to be difficult [to make it five wins in a row in the league at Sunderland]”, McCann told the club’s official website.  
 


“It’s a difficult place to go, it’s going to be full and an intimidating atmosphere, but we want to go there and make sure we play our game and try to get at them really, try to cause some problems.”

McCann’s men currently occupy the final playoff berth in League One with 69 points from their 42 games so far this term.