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Millers v Boro Preview

Rotherham United
vs.
Stevenage

Don Valley Stadium

8 October 2010

3.00pm

Rotherham United and Stevenage meet for the first time ever tomorrow afternoon at Don Valley with the Millers six points ahead of the team from Hertfordshire.
Stevenage have won two and drawn one of their last four games and will be looking to put last weeks defeat at home to Wycombe behind them.
The Millers haven't lost at Don Valley this season and haven't lost a game since the beginning of September at Shrewsbury.

Vital Quotes:

Ronnie Moore - It'll be a tough game because Stevenage are a direct side.

Rotherham United Team News:

Rotherham United Manager, Ronnie Moore admits that he has a headache ahead of this league two clash. After resting five players for the Johnstone's Paint Trophy game, the ones that replaced them have given him a bit of a problem. Without much doubt leading scorer Adam Le Fondre will return with probably Tom Pope playing at the side of him. Andy Warrington will probably be back in goal, although Jamie Annerson made some superb saves in the game against Burton. Moore has said he won't show his hand too early and will name his team tomorrow.

Player to watch: ADAM LE FONDRE

After being rested on Wednesday will want to get back amongst the goals

Stevenage Team News:

Graham Westley could well have skipper Mark Roberts back after ankle ligament damage but the match has come too soon for Lee Boylan while Joel Byrom is a major doubt with an eye injury.

Player to watch: CHRIS HOLROYD

On loan from Brighton and is the clubs top scorer so far this season

Ref Watch:

GD Scott from Oxfordshire

Next Fixtures:

The Millers travel to Accrington on Saturday, 16 October with a 3.00pm kick off


Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Friday October 8 2010
Time: 8:15PM

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