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Notts County vs. Rotherham United

Meadow Lane

28 December 2008

3,00pm

Millers v County Preview

The Millers make the short trip to Notts County for their second game in two days tomorrow. Both Rotherham and County won their Boxing Day games one-nil with ex-Miller, Delroy Facey scoring County's goal and Drewe Broughton scoring the goal for United that beat Port Vale.

Vital Quotes:

Ian McParland - we need to build on the win against Grimsby and we want to get a home win to end of the year

Notts County Team News:

Ian McParland will be without Michael Johnson and Jamie Forrester who are both suspended. Richard Butcher, Adam Tann and Russell Holt are all out injured. Stephen Hunt will probably return to the defence.

Player to watch: Delroy Facey

Facey joined County from Gillingham the day before the season began. He played a season with the Millers and scored ten league goals in thirty-seven starts.

Rotherham United Team News:

Marc Joseph is out suspended. Pablo Mills and Andy Warrington are out for the next couple of weeks or so. Ryan Taylor is a doubt with a throat infection.

Player to watch: Drewe Broughton

will want a chance to prove he should be in the starting line-up more often

Ref Watch:

Mike Dean from Cheshire

Next Fixtures:

The Millers entertain Dagenham and Redbridge on Saturday, 3rd January with a 3.00pm kick off




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