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Barnet vs. Rotherham

Underhill Stadium

18 September 2010

3.00pm

Millers v Bees Preview

Rotherham United travel to Underhill on Saturday to take on Barnet who are fourth from bottom in the league at the moment with five points. The Millers have won three of their six league games this season although they let a three-nil lead slip last Saturday against Burton at Don Valley and, in the end, had to hold on to get a point. The Bees have only won one game so far this season which was their last game at home against Cheltenham.

Vital Quotes:

Ronnie Moore - If we play how we can play then we are a better side than Barnet but we have to be aware that Barnet stay up every year because of their home form
Tom Pope - We can`t expect to turn up and win the game, it`s going to be tricky and we can`t take them lightly

Barnet Team News:

Charlie Taylor is to face a late fitness test before tomorrows game while defender Darren Dennehy is unlikely to play. The Bees have extended the loan of Phil Walsh from Dagenham and he will probably continue up front with Steve Kabba

Player to watch: STEVE KABBA

Steve is an experienced striker who will want to get on the goal trail

Rotherham Team News:

Tom Elliott is a major doubt for Ronnie Moore`s side tomorrow although the Millers have Tom Pope back after a long injury. Nick Fenton is fully recovered from injury while on-loan defender, Dean Holden, will be hoping for a recall

Player to watch: JASON TAYLOR

Jaybo is having a new lease of life since returning from his loan spell with Rochdale at the end of last season

Ref Watch:

BJ Malone from Wiltshire

Next Fixtures:

The Millers take on local rivals Chesterfield on Saturday, 25th September at Don Valley. Kick-off is 3.00pm


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Date:Friday September 17 2010

Time: 3:05PM

 

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