Rotherham United welcome MK Dons to the New York Stadium this afternoon when it will be ninth place taking on seventeenth.
The Dons last away game ended in a two-all draw while Rotherham’s last home game was also a draw, one-one.
The Millers’ last home win was mid-October when Scunthorpe were the visitors with MK Dons last winning away from home in September against their rivals AFC Wimbledon.
Paul Warne – They (MK Dons) are a footballing club. They’ve got some threats in the side and it will be a tough ask for us and I think we’ve got to try and get at them early on.
Robbie Neilson – This is an extremely important time because we play so many games over such a short period of time and this will be a tough game.
Rotherham United Team News:
The Millers have no new injuries although they will be without Richard Wood who got a red card last weekend and Kieffer Moore who is serving the last of his suspension. Although Jon Taylor is on the mend this game might come just a little early for him while Darren Potter is seeing a specialist and looks like being out until January.
Player to watch: Semi Ajayi
Delighted the fans with a late equaliser last week and will be hoping to get on the score sheet again today
MK Dons Team News:
Alex Gilbey could play his first game for a month after suffering a knee injury although Ouss Cisse could still be out. Scott Golbourne seems to have shrugged off a hip problem and Osman Sow probably won’t make it.
Player to watch: Kieran Agard
Been scoring goals this year and I’m sure would like to score against a former side
Match Facts & Stats
Darren Drysdale from Lincolnshire
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The Millers next game is on Boxing Day when they travel to Gigg Lane to take on Bury. Kick-off is 3.00pm