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Although the Millers don`t expect to have any of the injured players back in time for the cup tie on Saturday against Notts County at the New York Stadium it isn't all bad news.

Loanees Jack O'Connell (from Blackburn) and Courtney Cameron (Aston Villa) have been given permission to play in the FA Cup by their parent clubs with the Millers still waiting for Huddersfield Town to decide if Liam Ridehalgh can play. If Ridehalgh misses out then it could be the Cameron moves to left-back or Lee Frecklington, just back from injury himself, comes in and plays there. Or, Millers Boss Steve Evans could turn the team around and play a different formation bringing Kayode Odejayi back in and pushing Daniel Nardiello out on the wing.

Johnny Mullins will be able to play after he was refused permission when he was on loan with Oxford to play in Round One of the Cup for them at Barnet.

On the injury front there is hope that Kari Arnason will be fit for the next league game which is against top club Gillingham with Kieran Agard being a possibility too. Another boost is that goalkeeper Scott Shearer should start training next week and it is also thought that Dale Tonge is ahead of schedule to return.




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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Thursday November 29 2012
Time: 4:18PM

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