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Wycombe vs. Rotherham

Adams Park

16 February

3pm

Millers go to Adams Park

The Millers will want to quickly get over their dismal performance on Tuesday night by getting a result at Adams Park and closing the gap on the four teams above them in the League.
Wycombe have lost their last two games at Adams Park and will be desperate to re-disover their home form. They were unlucky to come away with only one point from Bury mid-week.

Vital Quotes:

Paul Lambert - losing two on the bounce we will be looking for a win on Saturday. Rotherham will come and try and give us a game but we are in a position to do something at this club and I'm a great believer that we are going to be there or there abouts at the end of the season
Mark Robins - We knew this would be a difficult spell for us but we need to show character now. Tuesday was our worst game of the season and we need to put that behind us and defend better.

Wycombe Team News:

Stefan Oakes, Scott Shearer and Will Antwi are still sidelined and Paul Lambert has said he needs more time before pushing for a starting place. Matt Bloomfield has recovered from a hamstring problem and could be included in the starting line-up.

Player to watch: Scott McGleish

McGleish is an experienced striker who has scored twenty goals in thrity-two outings this season

Rotherham Team News:

The Millers will be without Stephen Brogan who has a broken leg which means there could be a start for Joe Widdowson on loan from West Ham. With Mark Robins saying he thought some of the players looked tired on Tuesday there might be a few changes with Marc Joseph, Ian Ross and Ryan Taylor all ready to play some part in tomorrows game. Adrian Pettigrew, who had a short loan spell at Adams Park in March last year, could also feature.

Player to watch: Andy Warrington

Has saved the Millers on many occasions this season

Ref Watch:

Grant K Hegley from Bishop Stortford in Herts.

Next Fixtures:

The Millers will face Lincoln City at Millmoor on Saturday, 23rd February with a 3pm kick-off




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Date:Friday February 15 2008

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