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Rovers v Stanley - The Teams

GOALKEEPER Alex Cisak his handed his debut for Accrington Stanley tonight as The Reds travel to Doncaster Rovers in the First Round of the Carling Cup.

Cisak, an Australian Under 20 International, joined Stanley from npower Championship side Leicester City in the summer on a free transfer and has been given the nod over Ian Dunbavin, who started against Aldershot on Saturday.

Striker Rory Boulding and midfielder Charlie Barnett both drop out of the squad after picking up knocks at the weekend and are replaced by Craig Lindfield, who makes his second Stanley debut and Luke Joyce.

John Coleman has only named five substitutes for the game due to the side's injury concerns.

Meanwhile, Doncaster manager Sean O'Driscoll has opted not to risk his new summer signing Billy Sharp who misses out on the game, otherwise the side isn't too far from the one that beat Preston North End 2-0 at Deepdale on Saturday.

Stanley: Alex Cisak; Jon Bateson, Phil Edwards, Sean Hessey, Dean Winnard; Luke Joyce, Andy Procter; Sean McConville, Jimmy Ryan, Ray Putterill; Craig Lindfield. Subs: Ian Dunbavin, Zak Riley, Peter Murphy, Chris Turner, Andy Parkinson.

Doncaster: Neil Sullivan, Mustapha Dumbuya, James O'Connor, Adam Lockwood, George Friend, Robbie Clark, Sam Hird, Josh Payne, Waide Fairhurst, Steve Brooker, Dean Shiels. Subs: Gary Woods, Shelton Martis, Brett Lucas, Aaron Jones, Robbie Oldham, Bradley Grayson, James Hayter.
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Writer: Robbo Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday August 10 2010

Time: 7:45PM


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