Rotherham United travel to London Road today on the back of a five-nil home win last weekend.
Peterborough have won both their league games so far this season, the last one being away at Bristol Rovers.
At this early stage of the season, going into this game, the Millers are in eighth place in League One and Posh are in second behind Oxford.
Grant McCann – It should be a good game of football with both sides going for the three points. The fans played a massive part on the opening day and really got behind the players, I am hoping for the same on Saturday.
Paul Warne – Peterborough are a really good side. They are athletic and really open the way they play not unlike us so I am expecting a game full of goals.
Peterborough Team News:
Peterborough will line up this afternoon without the services of Callum Chettle, Ricky Miller and Jermaine Anderson. Chettle has a hamstring injury while Anderson is back in training but is still a few weeks away. Miller is serving a suspension for biting during his time at former club Dover.
Player to watch: Jack Marriott
Hat-trick hero from last week will want to add to that at home
Rotherham United Team News:
Jerry Yates will be missing from this afternoon’s line-up after suffering a foot injury in Tuesday nights Checkatrade Trophy game. Despite playing a part on Tuesday Alex Bray and Shaun Cummings probably won’t feature although David Ball could be pushing for a start after scoring in that game.
Player to watch: Kieffer Moore
Another hat-trick hero and again he will want to help the Millers get something from this away game
Match Facts & Stats
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The Millers next game is at the John Smith’s Stadium in the Carabao Cup when they take on Huddersfield Town in Round Two on Wednesday, 23 August. Kick-off is 7.45pm