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Millers vs. Carlisle

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14 April 2007

3 pm

Millers v Carlisle

If Rotherham United are to have any hope of avoiding relegation, they have to fight for all three points on Saturday at home to Carlisle.

Likewise, The Blues need the points to bolster their own hopes of reaching the play offs.

Millers Team News:

The Millers will have winger Richie Partridge back in contention after recovering from a knee injury, along with Michael Keane, who came on as a substitute in the draw at The City Ground on Monday, and Justin Cochrane. Martin Woods has been having treatment but it is thought he will start. Ian Sharps is classed as 'doubtful' but will have a late fitness test.

Player to watch: Delroy Facey

Carlisle Team News:

The Blues will be without Simon Hackney, Karl Hawley, Paul Murray and Liam Atkin with injuries. Paul Thirwell will also be out serving a suspension.

Back in will come Zigor Aranalde and Luke Joyce who have both served their suspensions.

Player to watch: Danny Graham

Match Facts & Stats

Ref Watch:

Ray Olivier from the West Midlands.

Next Fixtures:

The Millers next game is away at Yeovil on Saturday, 21 April and kick off is 3 pm


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Date:Thursday April 12 2007

Time: 8:12PM

 

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