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Rotherham United vs. Burton Albion

Don Valley Stadium

5 December 2009


Millers v Brewers Preview

Rotherham United welcome Burton Albion for their first trip to Don Valley this afternoon.
The Millers put in a pretty poor performance on Tuesday night at Shrewsbury but are still third in the league while, Albion Manager, Paul Peschisolido, called his team a shambles after their first home defeat in six games against Accrington Stanley.
While the Millers are unbeaten at Don Valley so far this season, the Brewers have only picked up eight away points this season.

Vital Quotes:

Ronnie Moore - Burton will be a difficult side to beat but we have to be mentally right and tuned in
Paul Peschisolido - It's going to be a difficult game. They have Adam Le Fondre who is scoring at will

Rotherham United Team News:

Rotherham have Paul Warne, Andy Liddell and Dale Tonge out with injuries. Moore has hinted he might change things saying the problem, at the moment, is the full back position

Player to watch: Adam Le Fondre

Will want to get back to scoring ways after having a blank on Tuesday

Burton Albion Team News:

Skipper Guy Branston is out suspended. Andrew Corbett and Ryan Austin are out injured. Jacques Maghoma, Keith Gilroy, Keiron Cadogan and Greg Pearson could get a re-call. Richard Jackson, on loan from Derby, will be in the squad.
Peschisolido has said that his team play better at 4-4-2

Player to watch: Shaun Harrad

Shaun is a hard working, energetic striker and Albions top scorer so far this season

Ref Watch:

SA Hooper from Wiltshire

Next Fixtures:

The Millers travel to Luton Town on Tuesday night for the FA Cup Replay.

Kick off is 7.45pm

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Date:Saturday December 5 2009

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