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It is Dean Saunders' first defeat in charge of Rovers while the three points for Leeds takes Simon Grayson's team in the play-off picture.
Friend's free-kick is straight at Rachubka. That's the end of the game as the full-time whistle goes. Leeds have run out 3-0 winners at Doncaster.
Nearly a fourth for Leeds as Keogh gets goalside. His shot beats Kirkland, but it cannons off the crossbar.
In fact Leeds are making a change between the sticks as number one Lonergan is replaced by Rachubka.
Lonergan seemed to damage a finger there, but after being assessed it looks like he's okay to carry on in goal.
Moment of danger there for Leeds as Lonergan spills the ball in the penalty area after O'Dea slashed at a clearance, but the visitors manage to clear.
Simple as you like from Leeds as Snodgrass' free-kick is headed goalwards by Lees and into the back of the net.
Doncaster are looking to steady themselves by retaining some possession and making Leeds chase the ball.
Keogh dinks in a little throughball for McCormack and although the striker doesn't control the ball a delightful overhead kick sees the ball fly into the net past Kirkland.
Snodgrass cuts in on his left and tries a shot, although it's straight at Kirkland and he gathers the ball.
Doncaster win a corner after Sharp breaks the offside trap. It could have been much worse for the visitors.
It's been a quiet start to the second half. Both teams guilty of giving away possession a little too easily.
The half-time whistle goes and Leeds have a 1-0 advantage thanks to a second goal in two games for new signing Pugh.
Parkin meets O'Connor's cross, however, it bounces wide of Lonergan's back post. Half a chance there by the home side.
McCormack tries a direct shot from the resulting free-kick, but Kirkland gets fully behind the effort and makes a good save.
Good-looking cut-back by Pugh, however, everyone from Leeds had attacked the line and no one is there is get a shot away.
McCormack is fouled, but his quickly-taken free-kick aimed for Keogh is picked off and Doncaster have the ball back.
From a free-kick down the right-hand side Snodgrass' delivery is missed by everyone in the middle except for Pugh who slots home past Kirkland.
After a lively start to the game by Leeds it's now Doncaster who are looking the more likely to score.
Doncaster a pilling the pressure on Leeds. They now have a corner after Lonergan flaps at a free-kick.
Sharp goes down in Leeds' penalty area, however, referee Friend does not give the home side a spot kick.
Sharp is clean through on Leeds' goal, but the offside flag goes up. On the replay it looked like he might have been in line with Leeds' defence.
The teams have emerged from the tunnel and are now on the pitch! Leeds are thought to have brought around 4,000 fans with them.
This evening is Simon Grayson's 150th game in charge of Leeds, while Doncaster are unbeaten following their appointment of Saunders to replace Sean O'Driscoll.
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Leeds are not the best travellers as they are yet to win away from home in league action this season, although they have already won at Doncaster following a 2-1 success in the Carling Cup.
Rovers have three ex-Leeds players in their ranks in the shape of Richard Naylor, Neil Sullivan and John Oster. Jon Parkin has a decent record against Leeds having plundered a hat-trick for Preston last season at Elland Road in a remarkable 6-4 win.
Doncaster's starting XI: Kirkland, O'Connor, Ilunga, Friend, Naylor, Stock, Oster, Gillett, Coppinger, Parkin, Sharp.
Doncaster boss Dean Saunders has handed an immediate home debut to on-loan keeper Chris Kirkland after he moved from Wigan Athletic.
Leeds' starting XI: Lonergan, Connolly, O'Dea, Lees, White, Snodgrass, Howson, Clayton, Pugh, McCormack, Keogh.
Leeds have named an unchanged side from that which secured a 1-0 Championship win over Portsmouth before the international break.