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Rotherham
vs.
Bradford

Don Valley Stadium

22 November 2008

3.00pm

Bradford come to Don Valley tomorrow after losing at Wycombe last week although they have tightened up at the back in recent games. They are sixth in the league at the moment.
The Millers start their seventh game of November tomorrow but haven't scored in the league since 25th October, something that Mark Robins will be hoping to put right.

Vital Quotes:

Mark Robins - No one has enjoyed the last two games and we have fallen well below our standard. We have got to get back to being mentally tough and mentally strong
Stuart McCall - Rotherham will be disappointed with their last two games but we've seen what they have done already this season. We have to defend as well as we have been doing and be a bit more creative going forward

Rotherham Team News:

Goalkeeper, Andy Warrington, is definitely out and, unless a loan 'keeper is brought in at the eleventh hour, then Steven Cann could make his league debut. Skipper, Pablo Mills is struggling to be fit for tomorrow. Danny Harrison is serving the second of his three match ban and Reuben Reid is also out after getting his fifth yellow card of the season

Player to watch: DALE TONGE

On fire at the moment and showing the others in the team what he's made of

Bradford Team News:

Paul Heckingbottom came through a reserve game OK and could get a start as could Kyle Nix. Michael Boulding is pushing for a start

Player to watch: BARRY CONLON

Ex Miller loanee who signed for the Bantams this summer. Is playing for an extension to his one year contract

Ref Watch:

Michael J Jones from Chester

Next Fixtures:

The Millers make the long trip to Exeter on Tuesday, 25 November with a 7.45pm kick off


Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Friday November 21 2008
Time: 2:17PM

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