Our prediction for this League 2 match:
Eco-Power Stadium will host Saturday’s football game between Doncaster and Newport, the two mid-table sides. The Donny do not seem to be at their sharpest in the season finale, with the team collecting only one point in total from the last five league matches. The hosts are eager to give fans something to cheer about, and there is every chance boss Danny Schofield will make changes to the team that suffered a 1-0 loss to Stevenage on Tuesday. Both Goodman and Williams are pushing for a start, with Agard and Nelson likely to drop to the bench.
The Exiles, on the other hand, aim to recover from a 2-1 loss to Mansfield. Since Newport will be with guards down as well, we believe that gamblers from all around the world can find value in betting on over 2.5 goals. Matthew Baker is likely to replace Declan Drysdale in the starting XI as the later limped off with injury in the midweek defeat.
Highlighted Player (Kieran Agard):
Kieran Agard is a professional football player who was born in East London, England. He began his youth career in the Arsenal Academy and in 2005 he moved to Everton. Agard played for Everton U-18 team and it has to be noted that he made no more than one appearance for the first team.
In 2011 he joined Yeovil Town and after playing 29 league games for the club, he signed a contract with Rotherham United in July, 2012. Agard scored his first goal for Rotherham United on 27 October and he helped the team record a 1-0 win over Plymouth Argyle. After scoring 27 goals in 78 league appearances for Rotherham United, he joined Bristol City for the 2014/2015 campaign.The fee is believed to be in the region of £750,000.
Despite being born in England, the pacey footballer is eligible to play for Jamaica, Saint Vincent Grenadines and Dominica as well. His main position is centre forward, but he is also capable of playing at both right and left wing.
Highlighted Team (Newport County):
Nicknamed the Exiles, Newport County are a Welsh club that welcome their rivals at Rodney Parade. Despite being based in Wales, the club compete in the English League Two. Newport County’s home ground was built in 1904, and it has a capacity of 7,850 people. The club’s home colours are amber shirts and black shorts, with the team wearing black, gray and amber kit when playing on the travels.
Newport County did well to win Welsh Cup in 1980, with the team making it to the FA Trophy in 2012. In 2008 the Latics managed to win the FAW Premier Cup, with the team beating fellow Welsh club Llanelli 1-0 in the title game.
Newport County recorded their biggest league win against Merthyr Town (10-0) on April 10, 1930, with the team suffering their heaviest defeat to Newcastle United (0-13) on October 5, 1946. The club’s record league attendance is 24,268. The record was set on October 16, 1937, when Newport County hosted Cardiff City in a Football League Third Division South game.