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Rotherham United vs. Oxford United

Don Valley Stadium

13 November 2010

3.00pm

Millers v U's Preview

Rotherham United entertain Oxford United this afternoon for the first time at Don Valley. It`s the first time the teams have met in League or Cup for over nine years and in the eighteen games the two have played against each other, the U`s have the upper hand, winning seven of them.

Vital Quotes:

Ronnie Moore - We need to stop leaking goals and get out there and be a Rotherham United team of workaholics
Chris Wilder - Rotherham are a good side and it`s going to be a big ask for us but we are capable of going and getting a result. We have to make sure we start well and keep playing for ninety-five minutes.

Rotherham United Team News:

Danny Coid will probably go straight into the side after signing on a month`s emergency loan from Blackpool yesterday. He will be in for Johnny Mullins. Nick Fenton has declared himself fit and Ryan Taylor has a knee injury but it`s hopeful that he will be fit. Ronnie Moore could give Stephen Brogan another start

Player to watch: ADAM LE FONDRE

Didn`t play on Tuesday so will be hoping to get back to scoring ways

Oxford United Team News:

Chris Wilder has three new players in on loan, Ben Futcher from Bury, Paul Wotten from Southampton and Steve Maclean from Plymouth and it is thought that they will all play some part in the game. Sam Deering and Asa Hall are also pushing for a start but Jake Wright is out as he is serving a ban. James Constable is fit again after illness kept him out of the defeat by Burton in the FA Cup

Player to watch: TOMMY CRADDOCK

Quick and tricky striker who will be on the look out to increase ON his five goals this season

Ref Watch:

Darren Drysdale from Lincolnshire

Next Fixtures:

The Millers travel to York City on WEDNESDAY, 17 November for the FA Cup first round replay




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Date:Saturday November 13 2010

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