Millers v Chairboys
Don Valley Stadium
1 November 2008
Rotherham United take on the League leaders, this weekend, at Don Valley. Wycombe come with an unbeaten record so far this season and will be looking to extend that tomorrow.
Meanwhile, the Millers have lost their last two home games and must surely be wanting to make amends for that and having two ex Chairboys, in Reuben Reid and Drewe Broughton, could make it an exciting game.
Mark Robins - Wycombe are coming here unbeaten and that is an incentive for us to lower their colours. But it will mean us having to be on our top game
Peter Taylor - Our attitude and togetherness was superb last weekend and we need another day like that on Saturday. I've never had to start on minus points and full credit to Rotherham, they've worked extremely hard and got some brilliant results. It will be a tough game.
Rotherham United Team News:
After Tuesday night, Mark Robins has threatened changes to personnel and/or formation. Ian Sharps will be available after serving a one match ban and Reuben Reid should be over his illness. But, it could be a case of perm any one from twenty!
Player to watch: Reuben Reid
Will want to do well against a former team. Looked lively when he came off the subs bench on Tuesday
Wycombe Wanderers Team News:
Peter Taylor is likely to name an unchanged side to play at Don Valley tomorrow.
Player to watch: Chris Zebroski
Tall striker who likes to shoot at goal. Is top scorer so far this season with four
Lee Probert from Wiltshire
The Millers are at home on Tuesday night in the JPT against Leicester. Kick off is 7.45pm (and don't forget to wrap up)