Doncaster v Leeds preview
Championship football is at stake when Yorkshire rivals Leeds and Doncaster go head-to-head in the League One play-off final at Wembley.
Rovers missed out on automatic promotion on the final day of the season after losing at Cheltenham, allowing Nottingham Forest to snatch second, although they brushed aside Southend to reach the final.
Leeds would have already been up had it not been for their 15-point deduction while Gary McAllister's side showed great fight in battling back from a 2-1 first leg deficit to claim a 2-0 success at Carlisle in the return leg.
Promotion to the Championship for Doncaster would cap a meteoric rise for the South Yorkshire side who just five years ago were playing Conference football.
The Whites were in a Championship play-off final two years ago, but suffered a 3-0 defeat at the hands of Watford before being relegated to League One last season.
Rovers boss Sean O'Driscoll has one or two late selection headaches to worry about with Gareth Roberts (hamstring) and Ritchie Wellens (groin) doubts while one or two others are carrying knocks.
James Hayter and Jason Price should once again lead Rovers' attack, although Leeds will need to keep a watchful eye on James Coppinger following his impressive hat-trick against The Shrimpers.
Leeds welcome back left-back Alan Sheehan following suspension, although McAllister could well stick with the same starting XI that played in both legs against Carlisle.
Should Sheehan return to the starting line-up then Bradley Johnson would undoubtedly revert to his more accustomed left wing role with David Prutton possibly replacing Jonathan Howson in the middle.
Paul Huntington is likely to retain his partnership with Lubomir Michalik despite pressure from Rui Marques while experienced striker Dougie Freedman will partner top scorer Jermaine Beckford up front.