Rovers must avoid a case of ‘after the Lord Mayor’s show’ at Birmingham, says Paul Dickov.
Doncaster became only the second side this season to defeat Queens Park Rangers with a vibrant display on Saturday.
But it will count for very little if they come away from St Andrews empty handed tomorrow night, according to Dickov.
Dickov said: “It was a great win and it made the weekend much more enjoyable.
“We’ve got two tough away games coming up now and we have to approach those games in the same way.
“There’s no point getting a result like that and then not backing it up. We have to go to Birmingham and get something.”
Dickov also provided injury updates on Chris Brown and Reece Wabara - with mixed news.
Brown could be back in time for Leeds on December 14.
Wabara, however, faces five weeks out after seeing a specialist about the toe he fractured against Watford in September.
Watch a clip from Dickov’s pre-match press conference in the video above. Video courtesy of RoversPlayer.