Rotherham United welcome Ipswich Town to the New York Stadium this afternoon which is bottom club take on fifteenth placed in the Championship.
The Millers go into this game on the back of an away loss to Fulham while Ipswich had a great win over Newcastle United at Portman Road.
The Tractor Boys last away game was at Burton when they won two-one. Rotherham last won at home win was in January against Norwich with their last game at the New York Stadium seeing them get a point against Birmingham City.
Paul Warne – I’ve got a lot of time for Mick McCarthy. He’s a true Yorkshireman who is honest with the press and the fans. He knows the game, wants a hard working side and is probably the most experienced Manager in the Championship. I like the staff at Ipswich, I like the way they play. I think they are a more polished version of us.
Mick McCarthy – Our last two games saw two excellent performances and we will be going to Rotherham hoping for another three points. Players are competitive by nature and the Rotherham players will want to finish on a high which includes beating us.
Rotherham United Team News:
The Millers have no fresh injury worries ahead of this game. Darnell Fisher and Joe Newell were said to be ‘sore’ but fine. Carlton Morris came off on Monday with a hip problem but he’s also OK to play.
Player to watch: Semi Ajayi
Influential at both ends of the pitch for the Millers
Ipswich Town Team News:
Goalkeeper Dean Gerken has been struggling with a shoulder problem so will be given a late fitness test while Jonas Knudsen, Steven Taylor, Adam Webster and former Miller Luke Hyam are out injured. Mick McCarthy has said he could make changes for this game.
Player to watch: Tom Lawrence
Former loanee who is on loan from Leicester City at Ipswich. Tom has scored eleven goals this season and will want to make it twelve at the New York Stadium.
Match Facts & Stats
JEREMY SIMPSON from Lancashire
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The Millers last away game is next Saturday when they travel to Deepdale to take on Preston North End. Kick-off on the 29th April is 3.00pm.