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Millers vs. Swans

Millmoor

6 February 2007

7.45 pm

Millers v Swans

Promotion chasing Swansea City are the visitors at Millmoor tomorrow night in the re-arranged game.

Vital Quotes:

Millers Team News:

Rotherham United are still without long term injury victims Colin Murdock (thigh), Gregor Robertson (calf), Paul Hurst (knee) and Michael Keane (hamstring).

It is thought manager, Alan Knill, will give a home debut to Craig Fleming who started on Saturday at Brighton in the centre of defence.

With the clubs around them winning, the Millers have slipped to bottom spot in League One.

Player to watch: Martin Woods

Swans Team News:

Swansea City have no fresh worries over injuries or suspension.

Kevin Amankwaah (ankle ligaments), Tom Williams (hernia), Darren Way (Shin), Gary Monk (knee), Steve Watt (shoulder)and Owain Tudur Jones (knee) are sidelined and defender Richard Duffy is away on International Duty with Wales.

Player to watch: Lee Trundle

Match Facts & Stats

Ref Watch:

Mr CW Oliver (Northumberland)

Next Fixtures:

The Millers next game is at home to Blackpool on Saturday 10th February


The Journalist

Writer: Herringthorpe  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday February 5 2007

Time: 6:45PM

 

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