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Rotherham United vs. Shrewsbury Town

Don Valley Stadium

22 February 2010


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Rotherham United will be hoping this evening's game against Shrewsbury Town will go ahead after pitch inspections are planned later this afternoon. The game, which is being shown live on Sky Television, sees fifth place take on sixth place in League Two.
The Millers go into the game tonight on the back of two wins and a draw and will want to do better than they did against Torquay.
Shrewsbury lost their last away game, at Bury on Friday night, but, before that, had had a hat-trick of wins.

Vital Quotes:

Ronnie Moore - It's a big game for both teams. And we know we've got to improve our home form
Paul Simpson - I think we need to freshen things up a little bit and make use of all the players we have and let's hope we can go and do ourselves justice at Rotherham

Rotherham United Team News:

Ronnie Moore will be without Gary Roberts after his late sending off on Friday night and, more than likely, Gavin Gunning who was stretchered off with a head injury. This game has also come too soon for Dale Tonge to be included in the squad. It will probably mean that Micky Cummins will replace Roberts and Marc Joseph coming in for Gunning.

Player to watch: Adam Le Fondre

will want to get back on his goalscoring trail

Shrewsbury Town Team News:

Jamie Cureton could start his first game for the Shrews tonight and Paul Simpson will probably welcome back Dean Holden and midfielder Jake Simpson to the starting eleven after injury. Paul Simpson says he make make some changes

Player to watch: Dave Hibbert

Former Miller who is the Shrews top scorer so far this season and would love to get one against his former team

Match Facts & Stats

Ref Watch:

D Foster from Newcastle

Next Fixtures:

The Millers travel to Burton Albion next Saturday

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Date:Monday February 22 2010

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