Millers v Gulls Preview
Don Valley Stadium
19 February 2010
Rotherham United welcome Torquay this evening to Don Valley.
The Millers go into tonight's game wanting to make it three wins in a row.
The Gulls will want revenge after the defeat at Plainmoor earlier in the season.
Torquay haven't won a game this year, having lost six and drawn two.
The Millers have won four and lost three in 2010.
Torquay are currently fourth from bottom of League Two while the Millers are fourth from top
Ronnie Moore - As far as I'm concerned, Torquay are in a false position. They've got some good players but they don't seem to have blended as a team
Paul Buckle - It's going to be tough game as we're not expected to get anything at Rotherham
Rotherham United Team News:
Ronnie Moore is likely to start with the same side that beat Lincoln last Saturday. Dale Tonge, Paul Warne and Andy Liddell are still injured and it could be that, once again, the Millers are without a goalkeeper on the bench with Jamie Annerson (head) and loan 'keeper Jonathan Lund (shoulder) still not one hundred per cent fit.
Player to watch: Gary Roberts
Will want to show us all his 'swan' celebration again
Torquay United Team News:
Paul Buckle also has goalkeeper problems. Michael Poke limped off in the game against Port Vale last weekend so Scott Bevan is waiting in the wings. Kieran Charnock is a major doubt with a knee injury. Wayne Carlisle and Scott Rendell are still out. Buckle is in talks, at this moment, with Lloyd Macklin of Swindon who he hopes will come in on loan - if he does he will go straight into the squad
Player to watch: Guy Branston
What can you say about Big Guy? At his best he is one-hell-of-a-defender at his worst he runs round hitting anything that moves! But, one thing about Guy is that he will make his presence known!
Nigel Miller from County Durham (didn't make himself very popular on Tuesday with Sheffield United's boss, Kevin Blackwell who said the referee 'lost it'
The Millers are at Don Valley on MONDAY evening when Shrewsbury Town are the visitors. The game, televised on Sky, kicks off at 7.45pm