Millers go to Accrington
Fraser Eagle Stadium
20 December 2008
The Millers travel to Accrington tomorrow and will be in high spirits after the JPT win over Darlington during the week.
Stanley will want to put their last league result behind them after going one-up they finally lost five-one to Lincoln
Mark Robins - Accrington will be organised and tough to break down.
Accrington Stanley Team News:
Goalkeeper, Ian Dunbavin, is expected to start his first league game of the season after regular 'keeper, Kenny Arthur ended up in hospital for three days with a kidney injury this week. Peter Cavanagh remains a doubt and Peter Murphy and Robbie Williams are long term injury sufferers. Paul Mullin and Leam Richardson will have late fitness tests.
Player to watch: John Mullin
him and another ex-Miller, Colin Murdock would love to put one over on the Millers
Rotherham United Team News:
Mark Robins has a dilema of which 'keeper to play! Steven Cann played well on Tuesday night and saved two penalties in the shoot out yet, apart from getting sent-off, on-loan 'keeper, David Stockdale has done nothing wrong. Richie Barker will be available to play after being cup-tied and Drewe Broughton will be back from a one match ban. Pablo Mills is recovering from surgery
Player to watch: Dale Tonge
seems to be here, there and everywhere at the moment!
Andrew Penn from the West Midlands
The Millers are at Don Valley on Boxing Day and play Port Vale with a 3.00pm kick-off