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Barnet vs. Rotherham United

Underhill Stadium

3 March 2012

3.00pm

Millers v Bees Preview

Rotherham United travel to the Underhill Stadium to take on nineteenth placed Barnet tomorrow with the Millers wanting to get back to winning ways.

The Millers haven't lost in their last three away games while the Bees have lost their last two games at Underhill, not getting any points there since their win over Crewe at the end of January.

Vital Quotes:

Lawrie Sanchez - We must eradicate the defensive errors that have cost us so dear. We must get the ball down, pass the ball and play to our strengths. It's time for everyone to stand up and be counted and when the players cross that white line there is no hiding place and no excuses. I want to emphasise, we are all in this together.

Andy Scott - Barnet have got some talented players and they are a threat going forward. But they are having a tough time of it of late and we've got to go there and put some pressure on them and make sure we get the best of it. If they get it right they are a tough side to play against but if we play to our potential they won't be looking forward to playing us. I think we will be taking a fair few fans down there and if they get behind us and make the noise like they have done all season it will seem like a home game for us but with a proper atmosphere.

Barnet Team News:

Scott McGleish, newly arrived from Bristol Rovers should start but definitely out is defender Darren Denney who starts a two-match ban. Jack Saville could move to centre-half and Jordan Mustoe, who is on loan from Wigan, will be at left-back. Danny Senda and striker Steve Kabba are still out with knee injuries.

Player to watch: Izale McLeod

Enjoying his football at the moment and has quality and ability and certainly knows where the net is

Rotherham United Team News:

The only change on the cards for Andy Scott's men is Rhys Taylor who could come back in to replace Andy Warrington in goal. The game has come to early for Gareth Evans who has been out for a while

Player to watch: Johnny Mullins

Always gives one hundred per cent

Ref Watch:

Graham Scott from Oxfordshire

Next Fixtures:

The Millers are at Don Valley on Tuesday 6th March when the visitors are Crewe Alexandra. The game kicks-off at 7.45pm




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