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Aldershot vs. Rotherham

Recreation Ground

4 April 2009

3.00pm

Millers visit Shots

Rotherham make the long trip down to Aldershot tomorrow and will be looking for revenge after 'Shot have beaten them twice already this season - in the Cup and League at Don Valley.
Gary Waddock's team are currently in 15th place, one below the Millers, on forty-eight points and have not won since they beat the Millers 2-1 last month.

Vital Quotes:

Gary Waddock - Rotherham are a good outfit and it will be more difficult for us because of the injuries we have. I am sure they will want to put one over on us and they come here on the back of a good result against Luton mid-week
Mark Robins - It will be a hard game because they have some good players. We found to our cost when you attack them they can break quickly. A massive credit to Aldershot that they have come into the league this year and stuck to their guns. But, we will be going there with confidence

Aldershot Team News:

Aldershot will keep a close eye on 'keeper Nikki Bull who is suffering with a foot injury. Louis Soares is a major doubt after limping off on Tuesday and Dave Whitfield is unlikely to play as he has a shoulder injury. Andy Sandell will have a late fitness test tomorrow.

Player to watch: Scott Davies

an attacking midfielder who is Aldershot's top scorer so far this season

Rotherham Team News:

Jamie Green might return but Mark Robins says he won't be making changes to the team that beat Luton on Tuesday just for the sake of it

Player to watch: Reuben Reid

top scorer for the Millers who has suddenly found his form

Ref Watch:

Paul Taylor from Hertfordshire

Next Fixtures:

The Millers are at Barnet on Tuesday, 7 April with a 7.45 kick-off


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Date:Friday April 3 2009

Time: 8:53PM

 

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