Sports writer Paul Goodwin gives his verdict after Rovers got the better of Yeovil at the Keepmoat Stadium:
Bywater 6 - The only real blot on his copybook was a weak punch in the first half which the Glovers almost capitalised on.
Wabara 7 - Like his teammates, confident on the ball and very business-like.
McCombe 6 - Ungainly at times but got the job done regardless.
Butler 8 - Rovers’ stand-in skipper stuck his chest out and led by example, again.
Stevens 7 - Accomplished on the ball, got forward to decent effect and was solid defensively.
KEEGAN 9 - Took the game by the scruff of the neck and bossed the midfield in the early stages, allowing Rovers to get a stranglehold. Looks fitter and sharper than ever before.
Wellens 7 - Knitted things together, playing in between Keegan and Furman. Slightly casual in possession at times though. (Razak, 63, 6, His cameo appearance was like an audition for Soccer AM’s Showboat. This lad does not lack confidence).
Furman 8 - Continues to shine as the most advanced central midfielder. Took his goal superbly and his goal-line clearance led to Rovers’ third.
Forrester 7 - A thorn in Yeovil’s side before going off injured. His parried shot led to Tyson’s opener (Main 49, 6, Laid on Furman’s goal and made a nuisance of himself. Still lacking a bit of confidence)
Bennett 8 - Busy and bright throughout. Hardly gave possession away at all, and capped a fine display with his goal.
Tyson 9 - Johnny-on-the-spot for his goal, offered good energy up top before filling in for Forrester out wide and breaking brilliantly to tee up Bennett’s goal (Robinson, 83, 5, Stayed on the periphery of the game)
YEOVIL: Krysiak 8, Shephard, 6 Athurworrey 6, Moore 6, Nugent 6 (A Smith 59), N Smith 6, Berrett 6, Foley 6, Leitch-Smith 5 (Hoskins 37 6), Hayter 6, Ugwu 5.