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Aldershot Town vs. Rotherham United

EBB Stadium

14 May 2010

6.00pm

Millers v Shots Play-Off Preview

Rotherham United travel to Aldershot tomorrow for the first leg of the play-off semi-finals.
Having only been there a month ago, the Millers know that the pitch is playable and they will be hoping to avoid a defeat like last time.
Aldershot are coming into this game on the back of some good form although their last game, a loss at Morecambe, allowed the Lancaster team to move above Rotherham into fourth place.
The Millers will need to play a lot better than they did last weekend at Hereford and are coming into this game on the back of a three-nil defeat.

Vital Quotes:

Kevin Dillon - We've played Rotherham at the Rec and beat them 3-0 and played them at their place and drew 0-0. So they haven't scored against us. And, they aren't on a particularly good run and it's well documented they're not happy about it.
Ronnie Moore -
'We've got to give it a go but be sensible with a solid 4-4-2.
We are going to need workaholics down there


Aldershot Town Team News:

Omar Riza is ruled out with injury whilst Damian Spencer is struggling to be fit. Ben Herd has been training this week and has a good chance of being in the squad

Player to watch: Marvin Morgan

Strong centre-forward who is a handful for opposing defenders. Top scorer this season with fifteen goals

Rotherham United Team News:

Ronnie Moore is set to recall top scorer Adam Le Fondre after resting him last week. Ryan Taylor is back from his loan spell at Exeter and could well have a place in the team. Josh Walker will also be available after having a leg injury

Player to watch: Adam Le Fondre

Will want to get back to scoring after being left out last weekend

Ref Watch:

Andy D'Urso from Exeter

Next Fixtures:

The Millers and Aldershot do it all again at Don Valley on Wednesday, 19th May - 7.45pm kick off




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Date:Friday May 14 2010

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