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Millers v Bees Preview

Rotherham
vs.
Barnet

Don Valley Stadium

26 September 2009

3.00pm

Rotherham entertain Barnet this weekend at Don Valley and, with the return of King Ronnie, there will probably be more to see this game than at first thought. And, coincidently, when Ronnie Moore became the Millers' Manager the first time round, his first game in charge was against Barnet, at Millmoor - though the game ended 3-2 to the visitors so we hope that's where the similarity ends! Although, it will probably be Steve Thornber in charge tomorrow.
The Millers are third in the league and Barnet fourth so the game will probably be a tight affair.
Like the Millers, Barnet have drawn their last two games the last time they won was away to Northampton.
Rotherham's last win was at Don Valley against local rivals Chesterfield

Vital Quotes:

Ian Hendon - It's third v fourth - it's a big game. These are the games we want to be involved in throughout the season.

Rotherham Team News:

The Millers have a fit squad to pick from

Player to watch: NICKY LAW

Quick and his free-kicks usually find the man. Will be disappointed tht he failed to score last week and might want to make amends

Barnet Team News:

Joe Devra, Daniel Leach and Kenny Gillet could both be in line for a recall to the starting eleven and Paul Furlong is available after serving a one match suspension. Albert Adomah had a broken nose re-set this week but it isn't clear if he will be fit to play

Player to watch: JAKE HYDE

an old-fashioned centre forward who is top scorer so far this season, scoring two in his first senior game against Shrewsbury

Ref Watch:

Peter Quinn from Cleveland

Next Fixtures:

The Millers are at Northampton on Tuesday, 29th September with a 7.45pm kick off


Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Friday September 25 2009
Time: 10:53AM

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