Date:Thursday January 20 2011
22nd January 2011
Rotherham United travel to Wycombe on Saturday hoping to regain their place as second after the weekends results meant that Wanderers went above the Millers in the league.
Since the start of the New Year, Wanderers have won three of their four league games, losing to Crewe three-nil and to Hereford in the FA Cup.
The Millers go into this game on the back of a last-gasp three-all draw at Stockport and a loss at Don Valley to Southend last weekend. Rotherham have scored eleven goals in their last four games, having won games against Port Vale five-nil and Macclesfield two-nil.
The Millers will be all out for revenge after losing to a controversial penalty in the game at Don Valley earlier this season.
Matty Bloomfield - They (Rotherham) will want revenge for the defeat up at their place. They are a team that want to go for promotion. They got very close last season but didn't quite make it and will want to go one better this season. It is going to be a massive test for us.
Nick Fenton - We have done reasonably well against the teams at the top and have performed well away from home. Hopefully, this will continue on Saturday.
Johnny Mullins - The harder teams we play the better we seem to play but it's imperative that we defend well away from home.
Kevin Betsy is doubtful with a groin strain and loan signing, Scott Donnelly could start in his place. Marvin McCoy will probably keep his spot and Leon Johnson is now fit and could start while Scott Rendell is available again.
Top scorer for Wycombe so far this season
Depending if Ronnie Moore gets anyone in before Saturday the team will probably be the same one that started in the loss to Southend on Saturday
Having scored two goals recently he will want to get another one to his name
David Phillips from West Sussex
The Millers make their first ever trip to Southend on Tuesday, 25th January with a 7.45pm kick off
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Date:Thursday January 20 2011
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