Date:Friday January 11 2008
The home side look to improve on their position of twenty first and for a second win of the new year after getting three points away at Rochdale last weekend. Meanwhile the Millers hope to carry on their impressive away record of not losing in seven games and hope to put the loss at home to table toppers MK Dons last weekend behind them
Peter Jackson took over at Lincoln when they were bottom of the league in October and has managed to raise them up to just above the relegation places. 'I know it would be a tough challenge' he said.
The Millers Assistant Manager, John Breckin, has said that tomorrow's game at Sincil Bank will be 'tough and Peter Jackson will know the Millers weaknesses and strengths.'
Jackson could have a bit of a selection teaser tomorrow as both Scott Kerr and Jamie Hand will be available to him after suspension but will they get the nod in place of Lee Frecklington and Shane Clarke? Alan Marriott is set to keep his place in goal after getting his 101st clean sheet last weekend and loan signings Lee Ridley and Adam Smith are expected to make their debuts. City will be without injured players Mark Stallard, Danny N'Guessan and Gary Croft
A hard working defender who has been known to score a goal or two
The Millers have captain Graham Coughlan fit after he was thought to be a doubt with a back injury. Apart from that the Millers have a clean bill of health. On loan 'keeper, Richard O'Donnell is expected to take his place on the bench.
would love to put one over on his ex manager.
The referee is Mr Dean Whitestone from Northampton
The Millers next game is at home to Wycombe Wanderers on Saturday, 19 January, kick-off 3pm. This game is being called UNITED ROTHERHAM and ticket prices have been lowered.
Date:Friday January 11 2008
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