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Rotherham United vs. Macclesfield Town

Don Valley Stadium

31st January 2009

3.00pm

Millers entertain Silkmen

Rotherham United entertain Macclesfield Town tomorrow at Don Valley for the Millers first home game in the last three.
The Silkmen's last defeat was against Everton in the FA Cup at the start of the year. They are fifteenth in League Two, with nine points more than the Millers.
The Millers go into tomorrow's game on the back of three defeats and without scoring a goal.

Vital Quotes:

Mark Robins - Macclesfield have sold a couple of players recently but they still have some good ones and they are a side capable of beating anyone on the day. It's a very big game for us

Keith Alexander - Rotherham will be another tough game. We have a new found confidence in the side and it's important we build on that

Rotherham United Team News:

The Millers will be without Richie Barker while Jamie Green is also rated very doubtful

Player to watch: Pablo Mills

The skipper returned after a stomach injury on Tuesday night and showed no ill effects and will be 'up for it' at Don Valley tomorrow

Macclesfield Town Team News:

Izak Reid is only rated fifty-fifty. New boy Riki Bains could slot straight in while Emile Sinclair and Tom Elliott could play a part having joined on loan

Player to watch: Gareth Evans

Young striker who is effective both when starting a game or when coming on from the bench. He can also play out wide

Ref Watch:

Keith Stroud from Hampshire

Next Fixtures:

The Millers are at Don Valley on Tuesday, 3rd February against Bury with a 7.45pm kick-off


The Journalist

Writer: Herringthorpe  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday January 30 2009

Time: 8:18PM

 

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