Rotherham United travel to Milton Keynes this evening to take on MK Dons in this rearranged League One game.
The Millers undefeated run came to an end at the weekend with a one-nil home loss to bottom four club Rochdale while MK Dons game at Bradford was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.
The Dons last game saw them lose at home to Bristol Rovers with Rotherham’s last away game being a one-nil win at Shrewsbury.
Dan Micciche – Every game is a big game and we’ve got to get as many points from these next three home games. The Rotherham Manager has done a great job and we know Richie Barker very well here and we have a lot of respect for them. If we get our attitude right and start well and get the first goal then our confidence will build and we can get a positive result.
Paul Warne – I’m expecting a really tough game. I’m expecting them to have a lot of possession in the middle of the park and it’s up to us to know when to press and when not to.
MK Dons Team News:
Peter Pawlett has returned from injury and might be in the starting eleven but Marcus Tavernier is doubtful. After joining on a short deal Nigel Reo-Coker could be in the squad.
Player to watch: Kieran Agard
Former Millers fans favourite Kieran is top scorer for MK Dons so far this season
Rotherham United Team News:
Joe Mattock is a slight doubt for the Millers but Paul Warne has no other injury problems although he might make a couple of changes if he feels its necessary.
Player to watch: Marek Rodak
Was on top form on Saturday making a number of saves to keep Rochdale out – couldn’t do a lot about the goal.
Match Facts & Stats
Michael Salisbury from Lancashire
Click Here to read Vital Rotherham’s Ref Watch v MK Dons
(Yes, the son from last Saturday)
The Millers are on their travels again on Saturday when they make the trip to Sixfields to take on Northampton Town. Kick-off is 3.00pm