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Fleetwood Town vs. Rotherham United

Highbury Stadium

6 November 2012

7.45pm

Millers v Fleetwood Preview

Rotherham United travel to Fleetwood today for their first ever game at The Highbury Stadium.

This is a fourth place v sixth place clash with both teams coming into the game on the back of wins in the FA Cup. The Millers have won their last three league games with Fleetwood not winning at home in the League since the end of September.

Vital Quotes:

Micky Mellon - It's a massive game - two good sides under floodlights at Highbury - it should be a great night to be part of. The lads are buzzing and we`ll be going all out to get a result. It`s going to be a tough game but we will do everything we can to make sure we get something out of the match.

Steve Evans - They're a tremendous side and they've really pulled one out of the bag signing Barry Ferguson.

Fleetwood Town Team News:

Former Scottish Captain Barry Ferguson is available to make his League debut for the Cod Army after he signed on loan from Blackpool at the weekend. Alex Marrow also returns after serving his suspension and Steve McNulty could make his first start since going off against Cheltenham with a calf injury last month. Definitely out are Shaun Beeley, Damien Johnson and Andy Mangan.

Player to watch: Barry Ferguson MBE

The thirty-four year old built his reputation as one of Britains finest midfielders with Rangers and will want to prove himself in at this level too

Rotherham United Team News:

Steve Evans is thinking of freshening the team up a little and could welcome Daniel Nardiello back after he missed the Millers FA Cup win with a groin injury. Scott Shearer, Lionel Ainsworth and David Noble are all sidelined.

Player to watch: Craig Morgan

Solid defender with a wealth of experience

Ref Watch:

Chris Foy from Merseyside

Next Fixtures:

The Millers travel to Dagenham on Saturday where the kick-off is 3.00pm




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