Doncaster will host Everton at the Eco-Power Stadium in South Yorkshire for a second-round face-off in the League Cup.
Rovers are the football league’s bottom club at the moment so surely Everton can find their scoring touch in this one?
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Both these sides have faced challenging starts to the league season and both will be hoping for a confidence boost as both Everton and Doncaster return to domestic issues on the weekend.
Holding just a single point after the first five matches in League Two, Doncaster are in dire need of improvement – they are stuck in the relegation zone even at this early stage of the season.
Manager Grant McCann as a difficult job to get his side in the right frame of mind for the visit of Premier League Everton.
Doncaster’s first-round triumph over Championship team Hull City will have given the team some hope coming into this one and there’s nothing to lose against an Everton side packed full of quality.
The home team have struggled so far with only one point from their initial five games in the League Two season.
Everton are having a nightmare start to their Premier League season and the Toffees simply cannot buy a goal from any where at the moment.
A 1-0 home defeat to Wolverhampton Wanderers on the weekend will have left fans frustrated with performances, and much needs to be done to lift the team.
There should be plenty of team changes for this one by Sean Dyche.
Squad players such as like Chermiti, Cannon, and Jarrad Branthwaite, should be given starting positions in the side as the club prepares for the trip to Sheffield Utd on the weekend.
Everton really should have no trouble winning this one tonight, if they do then confidence really will be at rock bottom heading into the weekend.