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Rotherham boss Alan Knill is preparing for Saturday's crunch showdown with MK Dons knowing his side's fate rests firmly in their own hands.

The Millers face fellow strugglers MK Dons knowing that a win will ensure their League One survival.

And Knill declared: 'Saturday is a massive game and I have to get the team ready.

'Thankfully we didn't pick up any injuries from the Colchester game, so we will have a full squad to choose from.'

'it's a game in which should see Millmoor packed to the rafters as it is so important for both teams'



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Date:Monday May 1 2006
Time: 3:05PM

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" we need to go for an early goal to settle the nerves- not sit back for a draw as if they nick one in the last minute- we will all be gutted"
millers4eva
01/05/2006 17:05:00
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" i agree we cannot sit back and defend , we are not that sort of team and are a far better side when we get at teams from the start "
taras bulba
01/05/2006 17:20:00
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Not that there's much in it, but i would like to see the dons go down AGAIN !!
FEn_100
01/05/2006 17:42:00
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mkdons to win aswell as a hartlepool victory to send you both down. that would be nasty wouldnt it!
vertigo_red
01/05/2006 19:08:00
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" what would be great if forest don't make the playoffs"
millers4eva
01/05/2006 20:22:00
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will be like a play off lottery game,just hope we get a better result than our other two play off games
eebbee
01/05/2006 21:46:00
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Its gonna be nip and tuck all afternoon. quite exciting i suspect for those of us not involved.
FEn_100
02/05/2006 13:18:00
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