Millers v Bees Preview
Don Valley Stadium
5 March 2011
Rotherham United entertain Barnet at Don Valley this afternoon with both clubs being at either end of the league table.
The Millers have got seven points out of their last three games and find themselves in fourth place while the Bees have won one, lost one and drawn one of their last three games and are in the bottom two of league two.
Ronnie Moore - You can't go looking at where they are in the table and thinking that we just have to turn up. We have to get in their ribs and stop them playing. I think it will be a decent game
Paul Fairclough - We have had the advantage of having all week to prepare for this game whereas Rotherham had a tough game on Tuesday down at Torquay. We are feeling fresh and have had time to plan our strategy
Rotherham United Team News:
Ronnie Moore has everyone but Ryan Cresswell looking for a start in this game. Ian Thomas-Moore could return after missing three games with a hamstring injury and Johnny Mullins should keep his place at centre-half, after being declared fit after coming off on Tuesday with dizziness after suffering an elbow in the face.
Player to watch: Ryan Taylor
Has said he wants fifteen goals this season and will want to add to his total after scoring his ninth on Tuesday night against Torquay
Barnet Team News:
Barnet Manager, Paul Fairclough, will have new loanees, Matty Parsons and Mark Byron in his squad. Anthony Pulis will be back after serving a three match suspension but out is Greg Southam due to suspension. It's more than likely that Kwame JJ Adjeman-Pamboe will play some part in the game after impressing against Lincoln last weekend on his debut. John Dunleavy is out injured.
Player to watch: Mark Marshall
Joined the Bees from Swindon last summer and has scored six goals in thirty-seven appearances
Geoff Eltringham from Tyne and Wear
The Millers travel to West Yorkshire on Tuesday where they take on Bradford City. Kick off is 7.45pm