Millers take on Gills
KRBS Priestfield Stadium
15 November 2008
The Millers are on their travels again - this time to Kent to take on Gillingham.
Mark Stimson's team are in tenth place in League Two and are undefeated at the Priestfield in the league since August.
The Millers return to league action after three cup games with the last two league games played away being 2-1 wins.
To add a bit more spice to the game the Millers are long overdue a win at Gillingham as it's twenty years since they picked up all points on offer there.
Mark Robins - Gillingham are a strong outfit and Mark Stimson has put together a very useful side.
Mark Stimson - Rotherham will be our toughest test so far, we're playing against a good side. Their wingers are a threat and whoever plays up front will have a physical presence so we've got to match that as well
Gillingham Team News:
Simeon Jackson and Mark MacCammon are only rated at 50/50 and the game comes too soon for Dennis Oli out with a foot injury. Nicky Southall is available after being cup tied for the win over Bury.
Player to watch: Andy Barcham
pacey and industrious striker on loan from Spurs
Rotherham Team News:
The Millers have no further injury worries although Mark Robins has said that he is concerned about the fatigue factor in his side and may change the team round. Richie Barker is available after being cup tied for the game on Tuesday.
Player to watch: Pablo Mills
skipper of the side and when he's on form no one, but no one will get past him
Richard Beeby from Northamptonshire
The Millers are at Don Valley on Tuesday, 18 November in the FA Cup replay against Aldershot. Kick-off is 7.45pm