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7 February 2009


Millers travel to Barnet

Yes, the title is right, the Millers have travelled, I know because they passed me on my way home from work! But there is to be a further pitch inpsection this afternoon.
Barnet have slipped a bit of late only having taken three points in their last four home games. Saying that the Millers haven't done that well away from Don Valley, losing the last three on their travels.

Vital Quotes:

Mark Robins - we are looking forward to the game at Barnet and it will be a different team that beat us at Don Valley

Barnet Team News:

Ian Hendon could hand Mark Hughes and Matt Lockwood debuts. Abu Ogogo and Ismail Yakubu have recovered from injuries. Jeremy De Magalhaes is still unfit to play

Player to watch: Paul Furlong

Striker on loan from Southend who has, not being cruel, been round the block a bit in football. Will be a tall and physical presence up front

Rotherham Team News:

The Millers are quite fit at the moment with just Richie Barker, out now for the rest of the season and Stephen Brogan, recovering from a broken leg out. It is quite probable that Jamie Clarke will make his debut tomorrow

Player to watch: Jason Taylor

Had a good game last weekend and seems to be settling well in the side

Ref Watch:

P Miller from Bedfordshire

Next Fixtures:

The Millers will be at Don Valley in the re-arranged fixture with Bury next Tuesday, 10 February with a 7.45pm kick off

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