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Rotherham vs. Chesterfield

Don Valley Stadium

5th September 2009

2.00pm

Millers v Spireites Preview

With Mark Robins on 'gardening leave' John Breckin will be leading the Rotherham team out tomorrow against local rivals Chesterfield.
The Millers are joint top of League Two and will want to get back to winning ways after losing to Huddersfield in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy on Tuesday.
Chesterfield had a great win at Burton on Tuesday in the Trophy and lie eleventh in the league but will be looking for a win at Don Valley tomorrow after drawing their last two league games

Vital Quotes:

John Sheridan - Rotherham have had a great start to the season and we expecting a tough game. I believe, on our day, we can beat anyone in this division

Rotherham Team News:

Tom Pope is out with a foot injury and Mickey Cummins is also out with a shoulder problem. Pablo Mills trained today and is fit. Nick Fenton is a doubt.

Player to watch: Nicky Law

Vital Rotherham's player of the month for August - and well deserved

Chesterfield Team News:

Kevin Austin got a knock on Tuesday night but is expected to be fit. Robert Page and Phil Picken could be recalled with Gregor Robertson dropping to the bench

Player to watch: Jamie Lowry

Came through the youth set-up at Chesterfield and is the top scorer at the moment

Ref Watch:

Nigel Miller from Co Durham

Next Fixtures:

The Millers are at Don Valley next Saturday, 13 September against Morecambe with a 3.00pm kick-off

Please Note - the game against Chesterfield tomorrow is a 2.00pm kick off




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Date:Friday September 4 2009

Time: 8:57PM

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score draw I'll go for hope it's a good game though!
JuvenileD
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04/09/2009 21:11:00

I think it could go one of two ways. Our players could be really up for this game after all the turmoil of the last couple of days and trounce you - or they could be nervy and out of sorts and get trounced!
herringthorpe
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04/09/2009 21:36:00

Chesterfield trounced it is then!!!
rybel_b
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05/09/2009 17:20:00

 

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