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Bees vs. Millers

Griffin Park

12 October

7.45 pm

Millers go to Brentford

Like Mark Robins, Brentford manager, Terry Butcher (yes the one with the blood and the bandage), had a clear out at Griffin Park in the summer.
Brentford are seventeenth and have lost six of their last seven games.
Tonight the Millers will be playing their fifth game in thirteen days.

Vital Quotes:

Terry Butcher - 'We are not in a good position at the moment and it willtake everyone's effort to get out of it. The dressing room is united and there are no problems there'
Mark Robins - 'we are going to Brentford with aspirations to win. We have to make sure we are nice and solid and pass the ball about as well as we know we can.'

Bees Team News:

Alan Connell and Charlie Ide look set to miss out tonight with injuries and it might be that Kevin O'Connor has to move up front or a recall for Ricky Shakes.

Player to watch: Kevin O'Connor

a defender who seems to be able to play anywhere

Millers Team News:

No Mark Joseph still for the Millers and although Mark Hudson started his comeback trail in a reserve game mid-week, it will surely be too early for his inclusion in the squad.

Player to watch: Ian Sharps

Tough and Solid at the back

Next Fixtures:

The Millers are at home to Morecambe next Saturday, 20 October at 3pm




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