Millers v Bantams Preview
New York Stadium
23 January 2018
Rotherham United welcome Bradford City to the New York Stadium this afternoon which is fifth place in the League One taking on seventh place.
Bradford's last away game, at the weekend, saw them squander a one-nil lead to lose three-one to Bristol Rovers.
The Millers left it late on Saturday to beat Portsmouth one-nil in time added on at the end of the game.
Paul Warne - Stu (Stuart McCall) has done brilliant keeping the team spirits high after disappointment last season and he's keeping them in the top six comfortably which is where I think they will end the season. We look forward to the game but they are a really hard team to play and they've probably got one of the best away records in the league.
Stuart McCall - I think they will be playing long balls into the box that we will have to defend but we will also have to cause them problems when we attack. We've had some brilliant wins away from home this season and we believe we can do that again on Tuesday although we know it will be a tough game.
Rotherham United Team News:
Rotherham United have no new injury problems going into tonight's game. Paul Warne has hinted that there could be changes from Saturday's starting eleven.
Player to watch: Anthony Forde
Ran his legs to water on Saturday and will hope to be able to help the Millers to another home win this evening.
Bradford City Team News:
Stuart McCall could have Adam Thompson back after injury and although Adam Chicksen is on the mend it could be too much for him to be in the starting line-up but could be on the bench.
Player to watch: Nicky Law
Coming back to his former club and will want to show us what we are missing
Match Facts & Stats
Darren Drysdale from Lincolnshire Click Here to read Vital Rotherham's Ref Watch v Bradford
The Millers are next in action on Saturday, 3rd February when AFC Wimbledon are the visitors to the New York Stadium. Kick-off will be 3.00pm