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Cornish Pirates vs. Doncaster
8:00am 10th February 2013
The Cornish Pirates are expecting a battle at home to Doncaster on Sunday.
The sides drew the last time they met.
But the visitors are fighting for survival in the Championship.
Coach Harvey Biljon knows that can be dangerous:
"We don't like having free weekends. So I think very eager and excited to play the game. We've not had rugby in a couple of weeks now. We're chomping at the bit to get out there and play again.
"When you look at Doncaster on the table you don't assume 'How much threat can they be?'. But if you look at their last few performances, being quite close games, they're going to be playing their hearts out. We know it's going to be tough."
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