Millers visit Quakers
Balfour Webnet Darlington Arena
Millers manager, Mark Robins will certainly be hoping that his team don't give any presents to the Quakers in this Boxing Day clash.
With both teams flying high at the moment this looks like being an exciting game. Both teams are on the same points but the home team are in third, one place above the Millers, on goal average.
With Darlington not having lost at home this season and winning at Millmoor earlier in the season, the Millers could have a hard game on Wednesday.
Mark Robins said that Darlington are a big, strong, physical side and he thinks his Millers side will have a tough game.
Darlington Team News:
Ricky Ravenfield will be back after serving a one match ban and should slot straight back into the side and Richie Foran, on loan from Southend, should keep his starting place up front.
The only injury Dave Penney's team has is Tim Ryan with a hamstring problem
Player to watch: Ricky Ravenfield
Tough competitor and not frightened to get stuck in
Rotherham Team News:
The Millers could be without Danny Harrison who limped off on Saturday but are hopeful of having Mark Hudson back after a virus.
Player to watch: Graham Coughlan
Stands firm at the back and plays his captains role with ease
Jonathan Moss from West Yorkshire
The Millers next game is away at Notts County on Saturday, 29th December