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Millers vs. Cherries


31 March 2007

3 pm

Millers v Cherries

Rotherham United take on fellow strugglers Bournemouth today at Millmoor which could be another six-pointer for the Millers.

Millers Team News:

Mark Robins looks set to go with the team that beat Blackpool one-nil, although Michael Keane could come back into contention after playing the last fifteen minutes on Tuesday night.

Player to watch: Chris O'Grady

Cherries Team News:

Bournemouth have no fresh injury worries ahead of today's game and it is expected that Kevin Bond will name the same squad that has won the last two games.

Player to watch: Stephen Purches

Ref Watch:

Mr Keith Miller from Co. Durham

Next Fixtures:

The Millers have another home tie next Saturday, 7 April 2007 against Gillingham, kick off is 3 pm

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Date:Saturday March 31 2007

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