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Rotherham vs. Grimsby

Millmoor

3 October

3 pm

Millers entertain Town

Grimsby come to Millmoor tomorrow afternoon after being here early last month in the JP Trophy, when they won on penalties. The home team are in eighth position in the league with Town four places from the bottom.

Vital Quotes:

Mark Robins says 'Grimsby are a dangerous team and have added a few players. We have to use our home advantage'

Rotherham Team News:

Mark Robins is keeping his team very close to his chest but the only real injury worry is Derek Holmes who will be out for some weeks with a broken toe. Marc Joseph could be back in contention after recovering from a kidney infection.

Player to watch: Ryan Taylor

A product of the youth team and just been out on loan with non-league Burton to gain experience

Grimsby Team News:

Paul Bolland and Isaiah Rankin are both doubts for Grimsby tomorrow. Ex Millers Gary Montgomery and Martin Butler look like coming up against their old club

Player to watch: Martin Butler

ex Miller Buts will probably be in a lone striker position tomorrow and wanting to put one over on his old club

Ref Watch:

MR GRANT K HEGLEY FROM BISHOPS STORTFORD, HERTS

Next Fixtures:

The Millers entertain BURY on Tuesday, 6th November and kick off is 7.45 pm




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Writer: Herringthorpe  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday November 2 2007

Time: 4:16PM

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Another three points, lads, please!
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They'll get the points Caz!!
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