Millers go to Grimsby
12 April 2008
Rotherham make the relatively short journey to Cleethorpes to play Grimsby Town at Blundell Park tomorrow. The Millers haven't won on their travels since January and the Mariners have only won one of their last four home games. If Rotherham get the three points then they would go above Grimsby in the league.
Mark Robins has said in the local newspaper that the atmosphere at the training ground has been better this week.
Grimsby Team News:
Grimsby have an injury crisis at the moment - Paul Bolland is still struggling, James Hunt (hamstring), Danny North (tendonitis), Rob Atkinson (groin) and Justin Whittle hasn't trained this week - and with Nathen Jarmen serving a match ban, Alan Buckley could have difficulties finding sixteen fit players.
Player to watch: Martin Butler
Ex Miller who joined the Mariners in January after being on loan there, although he hasn't featured much for them due to all the injuries he could play up front tomorrow
Rotherham Team News:
Ian Ross is expected to be fit after being taken ill at half-time in last Saturday's game against Brentford and Tom Cahill will be available after going off with an injury in the same game. Virus victim, Jamie Yates could be in the much depleated squad too.
Player to watch: Andy Warrington
Seems to be keeping the rest of the team going at the moment
Mr Andrew Penn of the West Midlands
The Millers will be at home on Saturday, 19th April with a 3pm kick-off - the visitors being Dagenham and Redbridge. Please come and support the club