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- Hayter pen seals all three points.
- Yeovil remain bottom despite win.
- It was the Glovers' first win since January 18.
Full time from Barnsley and they hang on to beat Millwall 1-0. Yeovil are now three points from safety.
AND THAT'S IT! Massive win for Yeovil but they remain bottom of the table as Barnsley are currently beating Millwall 1-0.
Late pressure from Doncaster as they win a corner. Into stoppage time now.
Dawson's header rattles the Doncaster crossbar. The Glovers so close to sealing all three points.
Less than ten minutes to go at Huish Park.
Yellow card for Doncaster's Brown.
Yeovil sub: Holmes is replaced by Kevin Dawson.
Holmes forces a corner after a good run. Impressive debut from the 19-year-old.
The corner is cleared.
Doncaster sub: Mark Duffy is replaced by David Cotterill on 65 minutes.
Moore has a great chance to make it 2-0 but he is denied by the Doncaster 'keeper.
GOAL! 1-0 to Yeovil. Former Doncaster striker James Hayter scores from the spot after Holmes drew a foul in the box.
Great chance missed for Yeovil. Duane Holmes' cross is met by Tom Lawrence but his header is weak and straight at the Doncaster 'keeper.
Home side starting to take advantage.
The visitors start the second half stronger - a corner is met by the head of Chris Brown but his effort goes wide.
Second half is underway.
Half time and it's 0-0.
Byron Webster almost opens the scoring for Yeovil but his header is well saved and it stays goalless.
Miller has picked up an injury and has been replaced by Kieffer Moore.
Chances at both ends early on. Ishmael Miller sends a speculative effort wide while Stech makes a good save to deny Doncaster.
The teams are out and the game is underway.
Yeovil's last league win was a 2-0 success at Birmingham on January 18. Fans will be hoping on-loan midfielder Duane Holmes will provide a much-needed injection - he is making his debut following his move from Huddersfield.
view from the away end http://t.co/Xr8VMiUhTZ— @drfc_official 22 February 2014
Today's opponents are only two places above the drop zone with eight points more than the Glovers, so this game could prove pivoltal in Yeovil's fight for survival.
Doncaster came out 2-1 winners when the sides met in the reverse fixture on November 22.
Yeovil: Stech; Ayling, Webster, Duffy, McAllister; Lawrence, Edwards, Ralls, Holmes; Miller, Hayter.
Doncaster: Johnstone; Quinn, Meite, Khumalo, Husband; Keegan, Wellens, Coppinger, Duffy; Bowery, Brown
YEOVIL have the chance to move off the bottom of the table this afternoon if they can pick up a win at home to Doncaster.
Kick off is at 3pm and we'll have team news for you in a few minutes...