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Same again for Millers ?

Same again for Millers ?

If Midfielder Martin Woods can shake off the knock he picked up at Brentford last Saturday, then Millers Caretaker boss Mark Robins is happy to keep faith with the youngsters and start with the same 11 at Crewe tomorrow.
Jamie Yates, Liam King, Stephen Brogan, and England under 19 loan signing Rossi Jarvis will all start at Gresty Road, after each of them played a big role in fetching all 3 points back from Griffin Park last week.
Rotherham are currently 10 points from safety, but with games in hand over all the clubs involved in the relegation battle.
However, Mark Robins commented, 'Points in the bag are better than games in hand but there is the opportunity here to put pressure on the teams above us'.
'If we can take six points from the next two matches, then it keeps everything alive'.
Midfielder Michael Keane is also a doubt after suffering from a clash of heads at Brentford shortly after coming on as substitute.


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Date:Friday March 23 2007
Time: 7:02AM

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The Young 'Uns deserve a good run in the side.
zipadeedoodah
23/03/2007 07:06:00
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If they played well they should have a chance to retain their place in the starting line up
miller4life
23/03/2007 09:27:00
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they have earnt the right to wear the shirt
Mexbro miller
23/03/2007 20:19:00
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Why would you change a winning side if you didn't have too?
herringthorpe
23/03/2007 20:49:00
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