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Millers v Shrews Preview

Shrewsbury Town
vs.
Rotherham United

Greenhous Meadow Stadium

4th September 2010

3.00pm

Rotherham United travel to the Greenhous Meadow Stadium on Saturday to take on Shrewsbury in what is a second verses third clash.

The Millers haven`t conceded a goal in their away league games so far this season although they have only scored one goal too.

The Shrews have won one and drawn one in their two league encounters this season at The New Meadow

Vital Quotes:

Ian Sharps - It`s always good to play against your old teams and try and get one over on them but, in the end, it`s just another three points. It`s second verses third so that makes it a big game. It`s going to be a tough game.

Ronnie Moore - Shrewsbury are quite an exciting team. They`ve got a bit of pace and power and they want to play football. I would like to think we can give them one or two problems.

Shrewsbury Town Team News:

Lionel Ainsworth will be back after a groin problem and will probably go straight into the starting eleven. Mark Wright will also be fit after a minor knock. Ben Smith, Danny O`Donnell and Nathen Elder won`t play

Player to watch: Jake Robinson

Got five goals already this season and will be on the look out for more

Rotherham United Team News:

The Millers will be without Dean Holden who is on loan from Shrewsbury and Mark Bradley who is away with the Wales squad. Tom Elliott is a doubt and Ronnie Moore could start with veteran Paul Warne up front again although Jeremiah Ani is another option.

Player to watch: Ryan Cresswell

Takes his skippers role very seriously and can put his head in for a goal when needed

Ref Watch:

Trevor Kettle - enough said!

Next Fixtures:

The Millers take on Burton Albion at Don Valley on Saturday, 11th September 2010 with a 3.00pm kick off


Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Friday September 3 2010
Time: 2:01PM

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