Date:Friday March 15 2013
Abbey Business Stadium
16 March 2013
Rotherham United make their second journey of the week when they travel down to Cheltenham tomorrow to the Abbey Business Stadium (Whaddon Road) in what is a fifth v sixth clash.
Cheltenham go into this game having won two of their last three games though a loss at Burton last Saturday and the Millers getting a point at Wycombe on Tuesday night saw Rotherham go above the Robins.
Rotherham have got five points from their three away games during March so far and are still a game in hand of most of the teams around them. The last time Cheltenham lost at home was to Everton in the FA Cup third round in January and haven`t lost at Waddon Road in the League since Southend beat them three-one way back in September.
Mark Yates - Rotherham have got lots of good players and they play decent football in the final third. They are physically strong and we will have to be mindful of that but we have to be ourselves and work really hard and make sure we compete. It will be a tough game for us.
Steve Evans - They are a side full of quality and they've got a manager who is doing a good job down there. They are consistently in and around the play-offs and it`s going to be another big game. Myself and Mark are two fired up characters and both want to win and we`ll both give every thing we can in that battle on Saturday. I want us to go there and produce a real workman like performance.
Striker Byron Harrison is pushing for a start after coming off the bench last weekend and scoring while Jermaine McGlashan will also be hopeful after being introduced at half-time. A gentleman's agreement between Yates and Evans means former Miller Jason Taylor won't be named in the squad.
Midfielder who knows where the goal is but is probably still surprised to be with the Robins after he thought he was on his way to Swindon Town until his moved was blocked by the Football League last month
Kari Arnason will sit out serving the last of a suspension and the Millers will be without defender Mark Bradley who has a broken ankle. Dale Tonge deputised for Bradley in the draw with Wycombe in mid-week and could keep his place although Craig Morgan could get his first start since November after coming back from injury and coming through ninety minutes of a reserve game on Wednesday. Almost sure to play some part in the game is Daniel Kearns who is also just coming back from injury.
Forward who will want to add to his goal tally after scoring two on Tuesday night against Wycombe
Darren Deadman from Cheshunt
The Millers entertain Exeter City at the New York Stadium next Saturday, 23rd March where it will be a 3.00pm kick-off
Date:Friday March 15 2013
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