Date: 7th April 2009 at 10:32am
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If Rotherham United win at Underhill tonight they will equal their all time record of six consecutive away wins that was set in 1950/51. And having just one defeat in the last thirteen league games isn’t bad for a club that started on minus points is it.
Barnet won’t make it easy for the visiting Millers as they have taken four points in their last two games against promotion hopefuls Gillingham and Wycombe.
The last time the Millers won at Barnet was in January 1992 with a resounding 5-2 victory.

Vital Quotes:

Mark Robins – Ian Hendon has brought in a wealth of experience since he took over. From our point of view we hope to be able to keep our away form up

Barnet Team News:

The Bees welcome back Mark Hughes after recovering from an ankle injury. Michael Leary won’t be fit to play and Abu Ogogo, on loan from Arsenal, has a stomach injury and he is rated doubtful

Player to watch: John O’Flynn

top scorer for Barnet with eighteen goals this season

Rotherham Team News:

The Millers could start with the same team that started at Aldershot as Danny Harrison declared himself fit after he had to have stitches in a mouth injury on Saturday. Jamie Green is a big doubt with what Vital Rotherham think is a groin injury

Player to watch: Reuben Reid

Powerade player of the month and the Millers top scorer with nineteen goals

Ref Watch:

Russell Booth from Nottinghamshire

Next Fixtures:

The Millers are at Don Valley this coming Saturday, 11 April against Notts County