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MATCH PREVIEW: Doncaster Rovers vs Bristol Rovers

MATCH PREVIEW: Doncaster Rovers vs Bristol Rovers

Bristol Rovers head to Yorkshire to face Doncaster Rovers this weekend buoyed by their impressive run of form. The Gas beat MK Dons 1-0 last time out to extend their unbeaten run in League One to six matches.

MATCH PREVIEW: Bristol Rovers vs MK Dons

MATCH PREVIEW: Bristol Rovers vs MK Dons

Bristol Rovers entertain MK Dons this weekend raring to go after their week off. The Gas were due to play Bury last time out but due to Bury’s financial situation off the pitch, they were expelled from the football league in August.

GAS GIRLS DIARIES: September 2019 - All They do is Win, Win Win

GAS GIRLS DIARIES: September 2019 - All They do is Win, Win Win

When I first met Mavis (Gas Girls Chairperson) he was pretty confident about the new club taking the Glos County Women’s by storm and four games in that prophesy seems to be unfolding.

CLOSED: Win a pair of Carabao Cup tickets to Bristol Rovers v MK Dons on 12th October

CLOSED: Win a pair of Carabao Cup tickets to Bristol Rovers v MK Dons on 12th October

Carabao Energy Drink has teamed up with GasCast to give eight lucky Gasheads the chance to win a pair of tickets to Bristol Rovers vs MK Dons on 12th October.

The Family Stand, and how I ended up there

The Family Stand, and how I ended up there

As I clicked on the ‘pay now’ button on the insanely complicated Bristol Rovers season ticket purchasing web page, I reflected on how it had come to this: I had just bought season tickets for two seats in the Family Stand.

I'll tell you after the first ten games..

I'll tell you after the first ten games..

How many times have you heard a Manager in an early season interview, having been asked, “Where do you think you will finish this season?” answer, “I’ll tell you after 10 games”. Those early season games are a terrible indication of where teams are going to finish aren’t they. Or are they?

The golden triangle

The golden triangle

At Rovers, most of the focus from our fans is of course on what happens on the pitch and how we can keep improving the playing side. However for me, excluding Graham of course, the three most important men at our club (who don’t always get as much credit as they deserve) are Wael Al-Qadi, Martyn Starnes and Tom Gorringe. These men work wonders off the pitch and without these three I feel we’d be nowhere near where we are.

Apathy on Filton Ave

Apathy on Filton Ave

After a turbulent season which saw Rovers dangerously close to dropping back down the basement league of the EFL, a bland but comfortable midtable season would surely be welcomed by most Gasheads, you would think. However, as the crowd filtered out of the Thatchers End following a typical 1-1 draw at home with Gillingham, I couldn’t help but notice the overwhelming sense of apathy emanating from the blue and white faithful. Almost routinely I pulled out my phone and started typing a message to my Dad, who watches the game from the East Enclosure.

MATCH PREVIEW: Bristol Rovers vs Accrington Stanley

MATCH PREVIEW: Bristol Rovers vs Accrington Stanley

Bristol Rovers entertain Accrington Stanley this weekend hoping to bounce back from defeat last time out. The Gas were once again defeated 2-0 on the road last week, this time to Burton Albion meaning that in each of their three away league matches, they have been beaten 2-0.

MATCH PREVIEW: Burton Albion v Bristol Rovers

MATCH PREVIEW: Burton Albion v Bristol Rovers

Bristol Rovers travel to Burton Albion this weekend full of spirit given their fine display in midweek despite defeat. The Gas were knocked out of the Carabao Cup 2-1 at the hands of Premier League Brighton on Tuesday night but it took a stoppage time Glenn Murray goal to separate the two sides.