The Millers will be looking to put Tuesday nights defeat behind them as Hereford come to Millmoor for the first time in seven years. At home the Millers are the second highest scorers in League Two, only Peterborough having scored more, and it should be a good chance for the strikers to prove what they can do against a team who are also doing well in the League but who also had a loss mid-week. The game at Hereford, in August, ended in a stalemate, 0-0.
Mark Robins – it will be a tough game. Graham Turner has lifted Hereford from the Conference to a League team in twelve years and knows what he’s doing.
Rotherham Team News:
The Millers could include defender Adrian Pettigrew, on loan from Chelsea, in the squad tomorrow. Mark Robins has no injury worries.
Player to watch: Ian Sharps
Will be determined at the back
Hereford Team News:
Graham Turner has no fresh injury problems ahead of tomorrows game. Robbie Threlfall is still out with an ankle injury and Gary Hooper will hope to keep his place in the starting eleven. Toumani Diagouraga, who was on loan last season at Millmoor, might come into the squad.
Player to watch: Simon Johnson
Joined the Bulls at the start of the season on a short term contract but extended it until the end of the season. Scored in the Bulls win over Tranmere in the FA Cup
Michael J Jones from Cheshire
The Millers next game is away at table topping MK Dons on Saturday 9 February with a 3pm kick off