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RUFC - Head-to-Head v Notts County

RUFC - Head-to-Head v Notts County
Rotherham United travel to Meadow Lane this evening for to take on Notts County in the second round FA Cup replay game.

With the first game at the New York Stadium ending one-all, with both goals being scored in the first half, the two get to meet again tonight with a tie against Aldershot at the Recreation Ground awaiting the victors.

This will be just the fourth time that the Magpies and Millers have met in the FA Cup the first time was in October 1885 with Rotherham being on the end of a 15-0 defeat. In 1969/70 the two met in the first round at Meadow Lane when two goals from Steve Downes and one from Neil Hague gave the Millers a three-nil win and a place in the next round with Workington Town.

The last time the teams met at Meadow Lane was in the league in March 2010 when a goal in the last minute of the match from Luke Rodgers gave the home side a one-nil win.

The last time the Millers won at Meadow Lane was in December 2008. The Millers went one-up with a Reuben Reid goal on five minutes and two minutes into the second half Drewe Broughton doubled the score. On fifty-two minutes Micky Cummins made it three-nil and the Millers took all three points home.

Teams that day

Magpies
Pilkington
Edwards
Hunt
Hanson (Smith)
Thompson
Clapham
Hamshaw
Weston
Strachan (Nowland)
Canham
Facey


Millers
Stockdale
Tonge
Sharps
Nicholas
Fenton
Harrison
Green
Hudson
Cummins (Lynch)
Broughton
Reid (Taylor)


FA Cup Stats - Rotherham United v Notts County
01.12.2012 Rotherham United 1-1 Notts County
15.11.1969 Notts County 0-3 Rotherham United
24.10.1885 Notts County 15-0 Rotherham United

Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Tuesday December 11 2012
Time: 9:49AM

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