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Lincoln City vs. Rotherham United

Sincil Bank

13 February 2010


Millers v Imps Preview

Ronnie Moore's Rotherham United make the relatively short journey to Lincoln tomorrow with hopes of following on from Tuesday night with another win. The last away win for the Millers was against local rivals Chesterfield.
This will be Lincoln's first game at Sincil Bank in four with their last home game being a win for the Imps against Bradford.

Vital Quotes:

Adam Watts - The Imps defender said, 'it will be a tough game but we know we are prepared for it. I've heard Adam Le Fondre is a bit nifty but he hasn't played me yet and I might have to rough him up a bit - you have to do what you have to do to win the game and it's all about winning your battles out there'
Ronnie Moore - 'We`ve got to go and play like we played for the vast majority of the game last Tuesday

Lincoln City Team News:

Chris Sutton will be making one change as ex Miller, Delroy Facey has returned to Notts County. If a replacement can't be found, then youngster Lennell John-Lewis could play. Nathen Baker is a major doubt while Paul Green is rated fifty-fifty.

Player to watch: Scott Kerr

Midfielder in his fifth season with the Imps. Was voted the Supporters Player of the Year last season

Rotherham United Team News:

Dale Tonge is rated doubtful and Mark Lynch is on standby to play again. With no other injuries, apart from the long term ones, Ronnie Moore will probably stick to the same side that beat Dagenham and Redbridge in mid-week

Player to watch: Adam Le Fondre

After scoring two on Tuesday will want to go one better and keep the match ball at the end of the game

Match Facts & Stats

Ref Watch:

J Singh from Middlesex

Next Fixtures:

The Millers are at Don Valley next FRIDAY evening against Torquay

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Date:Friday February 12 2010

Time: 6:47PM

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