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Gillingham vs. Rotherham United

Priestfield Stadium

1 April 2013


Millers v Gills Preview

Rotherham United take on table toppers Gillingham at the Priestfield Stadium on Easter Monday.

The Millers got a vital three points against Wimbledon at the New York Stadium on Good Friday while the Gills went to Fleetwood on Saturday and came back with just a point.

Steve Evans' team go into this game in sixth place and will be looking for revenge after the Gills came to the New York in December and won two-one.

The Millers last three away trips have resulted in a win, a draw and a loss while the Gills haven't lost at home since February.

Vital Quotes:

Martin Allen - They have got some good players and we've got to be right on it from the first moment. We are taking on a big team, a good team and they are dangerous.

Steve Evans -

Gillingham Team News:

Charlie Lee should be back after recovering from illness. Andy Frampton won't play as he serves the last of his three match suspension.

Player to watch: Deon Burton

Former Miller who scored two at the New York earlier this season and would love to get more goals against his former club

Rotherham United Team News:

The Millers have a couple of players with niggerly injuries and they will be checked in the morning. Steve Evans has said that he could make changes.

Player to watch: Alex Revell

Works hard and got rewarded with a goal on Saturday which Alex will want to add to against the league leaders.

Ref Watch:

Oliver Langford from the West Midlands

Next Fixtures:

The Millers are on the road again on Saturday, 6th April when they take on Morecambe at the Globe Arena where it is a 3.00pm kick-off

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