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Millers v Blackpool

Millers
vs.
Blackpool

Millmoor

27 March 2007

1945

This re-arranged game is a must win one for the Millers tonight at Millmoor to keep up any glimmer of hope that we might have to avoid relegation. With Blackpool flying high, it won't be an easy game.

Vital Quotes:

Caretaker Manager, Mark Robins:

'needless to say we have to impose ourselves on the game a bit more than we did on Saturday. We need a bit more of a spark and see if we can make one or two chances.'

Millers Team News:

There is no news of any further injuries coming out of Millmoor after the defeat at Crewe on Saturday. Caretaker manager, Mark Robins, is hoping to have Michael Keane back in contention after missing Saturdays game with a head injury and Martin Woods could also be back.

Player to watch: Ian Sharps

After being dropped for a few games, Sharps had a solid game at the back at Crewe - he's long overdue a couple of goals too.

Blackpool Team News:

Ex Miller Shaun Barker will probably feature in tonights game after serving a ban last week. Michael Jackson is set to keep his place as Kaspars Gorkss is on international duty.

Player to watch: Claus Jorgensen

The defender, signed from Coventry this season, has just started to impress at Bloomfield Road, setting up 'Pools second goal on Saturday.

Match Facts & Stats

Will Hoskins scored the only goal back in August at Bloomfield Road to give the Millers three points. The last time Blackpool won at Millmoor was eleven years ago.

Ref Watch:

Tonight's referee is Mr David Foster from Newcastle

Next Fixtures:

The visitors at Millmoor on Saturday, 31st March are Bournemouth. Kick off is 3 pm


Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Tuesday March 27 2007
Time: 11:11AM

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