Date: 6th May 2016 at 7:32pm
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Rotherham United’s last game of the season sees them travel to the KC Stadium where they will take on Hull City.

The Tigers are already in the play-offs but will be hoping to finish above Derby to ensure that their second leg of the play-offs will be at home while Rotherham will be wanting to get something from the game which could be Neil Warnock’s last in charge.

The Millers eleven match unbeaten run came to an end last Saturday when they lost at home to Blackburn but the last time Rotherham lost away was at Reading in February. Hull lost away at bottom of the league Bolton last weekend but their last home game was a two-nil win over Brentford.

Vital Quotes:

Steve Bruce – We’ve got nearly a fully fit squad, so let’s hope I choose the right one and it’s important that a few play ahead of our game with Derby. Yes, it shows my hand but I have to get football into the lads who need it.

Neil Warnock – Over the years Steve (Bruce) has done a really good job at Hull. But so has the owner and his family who have put a lot of money into the club. They’ve got a very good squad and it’s going to be tough but it will be one to enjoy.

Hull City Team News:

Steve Bruce is expecting to have top scorer Steve Bruce is expecting to have top scorer Abel Hernandez back after he missed two games due to an ankle injury. David Meyler and Nick Powell will have late fitness tests but they are major doubts. back after he missed two games due to an ankle injury. David Meyler and Nick Powell will have late fitness tests but they are major doubts.

Player to watch: Abel Hernandez

Uruguayan who has scored twenty goals this season and now back from injury will want to be back on the scoring trail.

Rotherham United Team News:

The Millers will be without Joe Newell and Lloyd Doyley but striker Danny Ward is hankering for a start after coming off the bench last weekend. Joe Mattock has struggled a bit with a dead leg but should be OK to play. After doing well in the Reserves Darnell Bailey-King could be amongst the Rotherham substitutes today.

Player to watch: Grant Ward

Probably playing his last game for the Millers before returning to his parent club Tottenham Hotspur and will want to leave the Rotherham fans with good memories

Match Facts & Stats

Click Here to read Vital Rotherham’s Head-to-Head v Hull City

Ref Watch:

Scott Duncan from Northumberland

Click Here to read Vital Rotherham’s Ref Watch v Hull City

Next Fixtures:

The Millers next fixture will be at the start of next season – when the first game will be the weekend of 6th August 2016

 
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