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Grimsby Town vs. Rotherham United

Blundell Park

24 January 2009


Millers travel to Grimsby

The Millers travel the short distance to Grimsby tomorrow on the back of a defeat in the JPT at Scunthorpe, their first defeat since the beginning of December.
The Mariners beat top-of-the-table Wycombe last weekend which gives them a ten point breathing space above Bournemouth.
Grimsby are in twenty-second place in the league while the Millers are four places above them with six points more.

Vital Quotes:

Mark Robins - The Grimsby team is a totally different one from the one we beat 4-1 earlier in the season - they have brought in some decent players

Grimsby Town Team News:

On loan players, Stuart Elliot and Dean Sinclair, look like they could make their home debuts. Defender Rob Atkinson could start and Adam Proudlock should retain his place.

Player to watch: Adam Proudlock

Much travelled striker who joined the Mariners permanently after having a successful loan period with them.

Rotherham United Team News:

The Millers will be without Pablo Mills who is not quite fit after injury and Richie Barker who has a knee injury. It could be that Mark Robins keeps the same side that lost to Scunthorpe on Tuesday

Player to watch: Nick Fenton

Nick was surprisingly let go by Grimsby at the end of last season and will want to show them what they are missing!

Ref Watch:

Mr KD Hill from Hertfordshire

Next Fixtures:

The Millers have their third away game on the trot on Tuesday, 27 January at Darlington with a 7.45pm kick off

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