Rotherham United welcome QPR to the New York Stadium for their last home game before Christmas.
Rock bottom of the table the Millers will be hoping for a second home win of the season while the visitors, in seventeenth place, will be hoping for their first away win since the start of October.
QPR’s last away game was a three-nil loss at Ipswich with the Millers losing their last home game was a two-one loss to Leeds.
Paul Warne – I’ve watched QPR a few times and against Ipswich they played three or four systems throughout the match so it’s hard to prepare. So it’s more about how we play and I want a positive start. I know they’ll be revved up and I’m expecting a bit of a whole guns blazing game. I think QPR are better on their travels than they are at home and we need to be ready.
Ian Holloway – They (Rotherham) have been unlucky in the last few games losing a couple of times by the odd goal. We have to go there and make sure we’re not nervous, we have got to be on our game and be strong and solid.
Rotherham United Team News:
Paul Warne will have Lee Frecklington back for this game but although Kirk Broadfoot played forty-five minutes in mid-week for the Reserves he won’t be fit for today.
Player to watch: Jon Taylor
Quick down the wing and can cross into the box as well as be there waiting for the ball to come to him.
QPR Team News:
Sebastian Polter is a major doubt for this afternoon with Ariel Borysiuk and Pawel Wszolek likely to miss out with injury too. James Perch is also out suspended and with Jack Robinson having a hamstring injury and Jamie Mackie still deemed not fit enough for this game Ian Holloway has an bit of an injury list.
Player to watch: Tjaronn Chery
Attacking midfielder who will be wanting to add to his four goals this season
Match Facts & Stats
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The Millers next game is on Tuesday, 13 December 2017 away at Fulham. Kick-off is 7.45pm.