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Barnet vs. Rotherham

Underhill Stadium

24th April 2010


Milllers v Bees Preview

Rotherham United travel to Barnet tomorrow really needing to get all three points.
Barnet will be looking for their first win in four games - which will help to keep them out of the bottom two.
The Millers need to get as many points as possible from their final three games, starting tomorrow, to keep their play-off hopes alive - although there is still a slim hope that they might make it into the top three. But, in the past, they haven't done that well at Underhill.

Vital Quotes:

Ronnie Moore - Barnet are such an attacking minded side who are fighting for their lives.

Barnet Team News:

John O'Flynn could start tomorrow after missing the last few weeks due to a knee injury. Mark Hughes should be back after having staples taken from a head injury and Dan Leach is back in contention after serving a one match ban. Gary Breen will continue for Ismail Yakubu, who has a back problem

Player to watch: John O'Flynn

Having missed six games through injury, the Irish striker will want to add to his sixteen goals

Rotherham Team News:

The Millers will probably be without striker Drewe Broughton and Danny Harrison is still suspended. Tom Pope and Dale Tonge are still on the injury list although veteran, Paul Warne, completed ninety minutes in a reserve game mid-week and will be in the squad

Player to watch: Adam Le Fondre

Will want to get back on his goal trail

Ref Watch:

SJ Rushton from Staffordshire

Next Fixtures:

The Millers last League game this season at Don Valley is next Saturday against Crewe

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