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Rotherham vs. Accrington

Millmoor

1 March

3pm

Millers v Stanley Preview

Having only one win in the last seven matches, the Millers will be looking for three points tomorrow against seventeenth placed Accrington Stanley. With the club on the brink of going into administration and on the back of a three-two loss at Bradford the team will have to shake all that off and concentrate on the game in hand.
If Accrington win tomorrow they could climb up to fourteenth and put a gap between them and the relegation places.
The last time Accrington came to Millmoor was for a Football League Trophy game three years ago when the Millers won on penalties after a three all draw after ninety minutes

Vital Quotes:

Mark Robins - It will be another tough game. They are a workmanlike side and have good players at the club

Rotherham Team News:

The Millers might be without Derek Holmes who limped off last Saturday with an ankle injury and if he isn't passed fit then it is thought Marc Newsham will keep his place. Pablo Mills might come back into the side

Player to watch: Chris O'Grady

The manager says he played one of the best games he's seen him play on Tuesday night

Accrington Team News:

Darren Kempton, signed today on loan from Shrewsbury, will be in the side as will Aswad Thomas on loan from Charlton. Peter Cavanagh and Robbie Williams remain sidelined

Player to watch: Leam Richardson

Scored his first league goal this week against Brentford. Since joining Stanley in 2005 he's made the left back position his own

Ref Watch:

Mr Steve Cook from Surrey

Next Fixtures:

The Millers next fixture is away against Shrewsbury Town on Saturday 8 March, kick off 3pm


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Date:Friday February 29 2008

Time: 7:44PM

 

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