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Rotherham United vs. Lincoln CIty

Don Valley Stadium

6 August 2010

3.00pm

Millers v Imps Preview

Rotherham United kick off the new season at Don Valley against Lincoln City.
Both sides have had a reshuffle during the summer and there could be quite a few debuts tomorrow.
Ronnie Moore will be hoping his side have a good start to the season and go one better than last by finishing in the top three while Chris Sutton will want his Imps` side to finish higher than the nineteenth spot they ended last season in.

Vital Quotes:

Ronnie Moore - Lincoln have loads of pace out wide which will cause us one or two problems

Rotherham United Team News:

The Millers` players have been falling like nine pins over the last few weeks. Definitely out tomorrow are Tom Pope, Dale Tonge and Ryan Taylor with various breaks while Nick Fenton and Mark Bradley are major doubts. Luke Ashworth is also suspended for this game. Emergency loanees, Exodus Geohagon and Dean Holden are in line to start while it`s hoped that Tom Elliott will play some part of the game.

Player to watch: Ryan Cresswell

Just been handed the skippers arm band and it will be his job to keep the Imps` forwards quiet

Lincoln CIty Team News:

The Imps have no major problems tomorrow. Mustapha Carayol has been cleared to play and could start the game with Albert Jarrett on the other wing. Paul Green and Adam Watts have recovered from injuries that kept that out of the latter part of last season and Chris Sutton has a headache deciding which of his forwards - Drewe Broughton, Delroy Facey, Gavin McCallum and Andy Hutchinson - to start

Player to watch: Drewe Broughton

Will want to score at Don Valley against his former club

Ref Watch:

Rob Shoebridge from Derbyshire

Next Fixtures:

Carling Cup - Round One

The Millers travel to Peterborough on Tuesday night for this first round cup game. Kick off is 7.45pm




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Date:Friday August 6 2010

Time: 6:45PM

 

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