Doncaster manager Dean Saunders has urged his players to focus ahead of a vital four days.
They face Watford on Saturday before travelling to Millwall on Tuesday and Saunders believes back-to-back victories over two sides also languishing in the lower reaches of the division could kick-start their campaign.
"If we win at Watford on Saturday and then beat Millwall on Tuesday, I think we will go level with them," he said.
"So we could be in a good position come Tuesday night - the players just need to believe going into Saturday that we can win.
"Then we will go to Millwall and try and win as well. We are capable of doing it, we just need to stop making mistakes."
Rovers currently find themselves languishing at the bottom of the npower Championship, but have recently made a string of high-profile signings, including Habib Beye and Marc-Antoine Fortune this week.