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RUFC - March Will Be A Massive Month

Rotherham United have a busy March, with this evenings re-arranged game at Plainmoor against Torquay the first game of seven.

The Millers have four away games this month - all evening games. Torquay is followed by a game at Bradford next Tuesday. Then there are two Friday evening games at current league leaders Chesterfield and then another at Lincoln the following week.

Arguably, Chesterfield will be the hardest test for the Millers with them having only lost three league games at their new home, the b2net stadium. In fact, the Spireites have only lost five league games all season up to now and, as we go into March, they have nine points more than the Millers, having played one game more.

Bradford have won eight of their sixteen at the Coral Windows Stadium (Valley Parade) while Lincoln have lost eight of their sixteen home games.

The games at Don Valley this month are Barnet, next Saturday, Bury and the re-arranged Shrewsbury game.

Of those teams Bury and Shrewsbury are both in the fight at the top of the league with the Shrews having won six away games but Bury only five away from Gigg Lane.

Barnet are lingering in the bottom three and they have only won one on the road.

It's going to be massive month in our push for promotion - and, I really think we need to get points from every one of those games.

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Writer: Herringthorpe  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday March 1 2011

Time: 8:44AM


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