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RUFC - Quick injury update

Rotherham United Manager, Andy Scott is hoping that striker, Ryan Taylor will be fit for tomorrow's game with Gillingham at Don Valley after he went off in the draw on Friday night against Northampton with a back injury.

Speaking to MillersPlayer Andy said that the situation will be assessed in the morning and so will Nicky Law. 'We took Ryan off as a precaution really but we are hoping he will be fit for the game.

'Nicky's was a kick so it's whether the swelling has settled down. We are hoping it's just soft tissue bruising and nothing more and we will assess him in the morning but we are hopeful he will be available.'

With Andy Warrington now back fit, Scott was asked if there would be a selection problem. 'Andy hasn't really trained too much and he was put on the bench because of his experience and we knew he was capable of getting through a training session so if he was required for a certain time in the game he would be able to cope. So that really continues to be the case.'




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Date:Sunday April 24 2011

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