Millers v Shakers Preview
New York Stadium
9 September 2017
Rotherham United welcome Bury for their first visit to the New York Stadium this afternoon.
The Millers go into this game on the back of their first away win of the season (in fact their first win for two seasons!) which will give the squad confidence while Bury lost their home game last weekend against Scunthorpe.
The Shakers last away game was a goalless draw at Rochdale. Rotherham's last home game saw Charlton win two-nil.
Paul Warne - I don't think Bury's results have mirrored their performances so far this season and on paper they are a really strong team. I expect them to come here and be really positive.
Lee Clark - The key for us is to get the first goal, get our noses in front and kick-on from there.
Rotherham United Team News:
Paul Warne has new 'keeper Marek Rodak available after playing for Slovakia's U21 side while defenders Joe Mattock and Josh Emmanuel are back from injury.
Player to watch: Jon Taylor
After a man of the match performance and goal last weekend will expect to start today
Bury Team News:
Lee Clark could include Chris Maguire after a weeks training after injury and Michael Smith could start after joining on deadline day. But this game will come too soon for injured duo Eoghan O`Connell or Jay O`Shea.
Player to watch: Chris Maguire
Former Miller who helped Oxford gain promotion after he left the New York Stadium. Signed for Bury in the summer.
Match Facts & Stats
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The Millers have another home game on Tuesday night when Walsall are the visitors to the New York Stadium. Kick-off is 7.45pm