Millers take on Shakers
The Millers hope to carry on and take their unbeaten run to eight tonight when Bury come to Millmoor, who, themselves, are unbeaten in eight. It is actually twenty years since the Millers triumphed over the Shakers amd the last time the teams met at Millmoor, in the year 2000, Bury won two-one.
Bury are managed by Chris Casper, son of one time Miller's inside forward, Frank Casper.
Millers manager, Mark Robins, watched Bury's win recently over Notts County and said, 'They played well. It is going to be a difficult game tonight but we have to go out there and make it difficult for them.'
Bury's midfielder, Nicky Adams,said the teams confidence is high, 'Rotherham is a massive game for us and hopefully we can keep our unbeaten run going.'
Rotherham Team News:
The Millers will be without the services of striker Derek Holmes, still suffering with a broken foot but Marc Joseph, who came on as substitute for the last few minutes on Saturday should be included in the squad as should flu victim Peter Holmes. Mark Robins says he isn't revealing his line up before the game.
Player to watch: Chris O'Grady
Played very well on Saturday and topped it off with a goal
Bury Team News:
Bury will be without Paul Mangan who has a back injury and will probably start with Andy Parrish again. Colin Woodthorpe is available after suspension.
Player to watch: Nicky Adams
Bury's new midfield goal scoring hero!
Match Facts & Stats
The Referee is Mr Paul Melin from Surrey
The Millers next fixture is in the FA Cup and will be on SUNDAY, 11 November against FOREST GREEN and kick off is 3pm