AFC Bournemouth looking for first SkyBet Championship away win at Doncaster Rovers
AFC Bournemouth assistant manager Jason Tindall is hopeful the Cherries can cap a positive week with their first SkyBet Championship away win of the season at Doncaster Rovers.
The Cherries visit the Keepmoat Stadium on Saturday, trying to put a stop to two heavy defeats on the road - which has seen Bournemouth concede eleven goals in 120 minutes of league action.
Doncaster also won promotion from League One last season, and will be looking for their first win since their opening day victory over Blackburn Rovers.
"Both teams are new to the division and keen to continue their good starts to the season" said Tindall. "Hopefully we can put in a positive performance and come away with a positive result.
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"It's been a tough week for us and you don't often get three away games in such a short space of time, but that's part and parcel of the job and we have had to adapt to it."
"If we can get three points, then I think people will look and say 'What a fantastic start to the season they have had'."
Tindall is also looking forward to seeing new signing Tokelo Rantie in action. He will not be available for Saturday's trip to Doncaster as he awaits international clearance and a work permit.
"We've got a hearing at the FA regarding the work permit, so hopefully it will all go well and we will have him available for the next home game against Blackpool" added Tindall.
"We are looking forward to seeing him play and for everyone else to see him in action too."