Rotherham United welcome Blackburn Rovers for the final home game of the season with both teams on the same points in the league.
The Millers are hoping to continue their eleven game unbeaten run having drawn two and won one of their last three homes games. Blackburn’s last away game was a one-all draw with Nottingham Forest with their last away win being at Brentford at the end of March.
Neil Warnock – It’s a fabulous club Blackburn but it would be nice to finish unbeaten at home
Paul Lambert – I’ve told the lads to give it everthing they’ve got. We’ll do everything we can to win the next two games
Rotherham United Team News:
Joe Newell is definitely out this afternoon after an ankle operation this week and Lloyd Doyley is still on the injured list. Jerome Thomas is back after illness kept him out last weekend with it looking like Danny Ward could be fit to be in the playing squad.
Player to watch: Lee Camp
Kept us in a few games this season and it would be good for him to keep another clean sheet today
Blackburn Rovers Team News:
Craig Conway and Achilles injury victim Tommy Spurr are in contention of a start today
Player to watch: Danny Graham
On loan from Sunderland the striker has scored six goals for Rovers this season his last three coming in the last two games
Match Facts & Stats
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Rotherham United travel to Hull City for the final game of the season on Saturday, 7th May when it will be a 1230 kick-off