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Rotherham United vs. Notts County

Don Valley Stadium

16 October 2009


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Rotherham United entertain Notts County tomorrow with the Millers hoping to keep up their unbeaten league run at Don Valley.
Millers Manager, Ronnie Moore, will be looking to put things right at the back after conceding in the final minute last week to stop them from taking all three points.
County are without a Manager, having sacked, Ian McParland this week. They are currently fifth in the League and have taken eight points from their last four league games.

Vital Quotes:

Ronnie Moore - Notts County are a yardstick. I've seen them play and know what they can do but I also know what we can do. It's going to be a cracking match.

Mike Edwards defender - We are hoping to get a win and play a bit of catch up with Rotherham and get our away form going

Rotherham United Team News:

Ronnie Moore has a full squad to pick from. He said earlier this week that Stephen Brogan wasn't ready to be picked, although he had a cracker of a game for the Reserves midweek. Nick Fenton has been declared fit after a dead leg. It is more than probable that the team will be the same that started last weekend.

Player to watch: Kevin Ellison

Seems to have suddenly come to life!

Notts County Team News:

Graham Lee is available after suspension. Brendan Maloney is a major doubt. Caretaker Managers, David Kevan and Michael Johnson, could hand Ade Akinbiyi his debut

Player to watch: Lee Hughes

Experienced striker who, along with the Millers' Adam Le Fondre, tops the League Two scoring table at the moment

Ref Watch:

Carl Boyeson from East Yorkshire

Next Fixtures:

The Millers travel to Gigg Lane next Saturday, 24th October to play Bury. Kick off is 3.00pm

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