Seagulls v Millers
3 February 2007
Rotherham United and Brighton and Hove Albion are both expected to give debuts to their new signings at the Withdean Stadium tomorrow
Brighton and Hove Albion Team News:
Brighton and Hove Albion manager, Dean Wilkins, has options available after delving into the transfer market this week. Midfield duo, Nick Ward and Alexis Bertin look likely to make their debuts for the Seagulls and Wilkins will have to decide whether to start with another new signing, striker Bas Savage. Michel Kuipers will continue in goal and John Sullivan will provide cover on the bench, while striker Nathen Elder is pushing up front as he competes with Jake Robinson and Jose Gatting. Injuries to Adam Hinshelwood (knee), Paul Reid (knee) and Alex Revell (ankle) rule them out. It is predicted that Brighton will start 4-4-2.
Player to watch: Nick Ward
Rotherham United Team News:
Rotherham United go into tomorrows game trying to end a run of four straight defeats. Manager, Alan Knill, is expected to hand debuts to Theo Streete and Craig Fleming. Gregor Robertson is fit once again and midfielder, Eugen Bopp has shaken off a knock and should play along with Justin Cochrane who is back after a one match ban. It seems likely that Knill will go for the pace of Ian Henderson meaning that Chris O`Grady may start on the bench
Player to watch: Craig Fleming
Match Facts & Stats
The man in the middle for our game against Brighton and Hove Albion at The Withdean Stadium is Mr Darren Deadman.
The Millers are at home on Tuesday, 6 February, in the rearranged game with Swansea City