Millers entertain Bees
Don Valley Stadium
18 October 2008
Rotherham United take on Barnet at Don Valley tomorrow hoping that the Bees don't go down in Millers history again. Barnet were the last team to visit Millmoor and Millers fans are hopeful that they will not be the first team to win at the Millers temporary home of Don Valley.
Bees Manager, Paul Fairclough, was thought to be on 'borrowed time' after the opening seven league and cup games this season brought defeat. But they have recovered to win two of their last three games and Fairclough has put a number of his squad forward to go out on loan.
The Millers could go above Grimsby if they win tomorrow which would be another step towards safety and beyond.
Mickey Cummins, Millers midfielder, - Barnet are an up and down side and can be very dangerous
Rotherham Team News:
The Millers have no injury worries and it looks like Nick Fenton will be fit to play
Player to watch: Andy Warrington
Made some great saves in the last few games
Barnet Team News:
Adam Burchill, John O'Flynn and Joe Devera look like being available after injuries. Elliot Charles is set to have a scan on a troublesome knee next week
Player to watch: Adam Birchill
Was top scorer last season but also has a number of assists to his name
Graham Salisbury from Preston
The Millers travel to Bury on Tuesday, 21 October with a 7.45 kick off