Date: 2nd March 2014 at 12:32pm
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John Ward was forced in to one change for the clash away at Northampton. Ward brought in Ollie Clarke to replace the injured Alan Gow.

There was very few clear cut chances in the first half with both teams giving away possession cheaply, but the second half both teams pushed for the win and only good goalkeeping from both keepers kept the scores level.

Steven Gillespie hit a low cross into the area which was met by David Clarkson whose shot was brilliantly touched away by Duke diving low to his right. Tom Parkes had a header cleared off the line from a corner. Mildenhall made a outstanding double save, first he touched a shot from Brennan Dickinson on to the post and then got up to touch the follow up effort from Marquis behind for a corner.

The point means Rovers are now unbeaten in their last three games and are 17th in League Two. Next up for Rovers is a tough clash at home to Plymouth Argyle on Saturday.


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