Lee Bell says injury-hit Doncaster Rovers must not be underestimated on Saturday.
Rovers have a number of key men sidelined, including strikers Caolan Lavery and George Miller, as they prepare for the game at Eco-Power Stadium.
But Bell, who went to watch Doncaster lose 2-0 at home to Northampton last weekend, says they will still have experience and quality in the side.
He said: “I went to watch Doncaster in preparation for our game, which is always a worthwhile exercise.
“I really respect what Danny Schofield is trying to do there, he is sticking to how he wants them to play.
“They have some injuries but it will be a tough test and we’ll have to implement what we want to do in the game, and impose ourselves.
“They will have experience on the pitch and it’ll be a highly-competitive game. We have to go and execute our plan.
“There are no grey areas, the players know what is expected of them. We are going there to win the game.”
The sides shared a 1-1 draw at Mornflake Stadium in October, when Miller cancelled out Courtney Baker-Richardson’s opener.
Bell gave an update on the fitness of his players in a media briefing on Thursday.
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