Date: 29th December 2006 at 12:14pm
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Gregor Robertson`s ankle injury does not seem to be as bad as first feared, The Star reports today.

He was taken off during the Boxing Day clash against Oldham with ankle ligament damage and it was thought he would not be fit for Saturday`s game against Leyton Orient. But the good news coming out of Millmoor today is that he is set to be available tomorrow.

It is thought that he will have to move into central defence because of the suspension of Ian Sharps and the injuries to Paul Hurst, Colin Murdock and Pablo Mills. Gregor played in this central position for the Scotland U 21 team.

Manager, Alan Knill said ‘It is still touch and go with Pablo and I have to ask players to play in unfamiliar positions.`

There could also be a starting place for Stephen Brogan who, although beginning his Millers career as a left back, has been getting rave reviews playing in midfield for the Reserves.