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Bradford vs. Rotherham

Coral Window Stadium (Valley Parade)

26 February

7.45pm

Millers go to Bradford

The Millers go to Valley Parade for their re-arranged game tomorrow night hoping to carry on from Saturday's win over Lincoln. Bradford's home form has been poor but they had a good win away at Notts County on Saturday and are eight places below Rotherham in the league

Bradford Team News:

Matt Clarke has an injured ankle and didn't play on Saturday and will not be included in Stuart McCalls squad for the Rotherham game. TJ Moncur, on loan from Fulham, is expected to partner David Wetherall. Mark Bower may be in contention after beginning training this week after having knee surgery in December. If Willy Topp doesn't make it either Alex Rhodes or ex Miller loanee, Barry Conlon could come in.

Player to watch: Peter Thorne

After joining in the summer from Norwich, Peter is City's top scorer so far this season with nine goals.

Rotherham Team News:

Mark Robins will wait as long as possible before deciding if Derek Holmes is fit to play after he limped off on Saturday with an ankle problem. Apart from Stephen Brogan, who is out with a broken leg, the Millers seem to be injury free (crossing fingers and touching black cats!) It is possible that Ian Ross will keep his place in the starting eleven.

Player to watch: Andy Warrington

Some of his fingertips saves have kept Rotherham in games this season

Ref Watch:

Mr Danny McDermid from London

Next Fixtures:

The Millers are at home on Saturday, 1 March with Accrington Stanley the visitors. Kick off is 3pm


The Journalist

Writer: Herringthorpe  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday February 25 2008

Time: 8:31PM

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this is a game we need to win to be serious promotion candidates
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Well it didn't happen for you last night! Mid-table it looks like for you now?
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