AFC Wimbledon 0 Rovers 3

Dack double sets Rovers on their way to another crucial three points on the road.

A Bradley Dack double, sandwiched either side of Elliott Bennett’s first goal of the season, ensured Rovers continued their surge at the top of table.

Dack’s first was fairly fortunate, but his second was a touch of class, as he marked his return to the side with a strike in each half.

Bennett’s belter for Rovers’ second goal made things more comfortable for Tony Mowbray’s side in freezing conditions in south London.

The cherry on the top of the cake was a first away clean sheet since November for David Raya, and Rovers will now head into Sunday’s home battle against Wigan full of confidence after four consecutive victories.

Dack was back in attack, as Mowbray made one change to the starting XI for the midweek trip.

Dack returned to the lineup after missing out on the trip to Walsall on Saturday, and came in for Corry Evans.

Evans dropped to the bench, whilst Dominic Samuel missed out on the 18 altogether with an ankle injury.

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