Rotherham United welcome Wycombe Wanderers to the New York Stadium for the latest game in League One.
The Millers come into this game on the back of an away win at high flying Ipswich Town which saw them move to just one point behind the play-off places, although their last home game ended in defeat to Oxford United. The Millers last home win was at the beginning of the month when they got the better of Coventry City by four goals to nil.
The Chairboys are sitting pretty in third place in League One with their last away game on Tuesday being a one-all draw at Blackpool. Wanderers last away win was at the end of September at Rochdale.
Rotherham United Manager Paul Warne says that Wycombe are a ‘very organised’ side. Speaking to iFOLLOW the Millers Boss said, ‘they are a very effective team which is why they are where they are in the league. They have belief in how they play and I expect them to finish in the top six.’
The Millers will be without Kyle Vassell who was getting over a hamstring problem but has now damaged his calf while Joe Mattock and Matt Olosunde are doubts. Clark Robertson is also out but could soon return to training.
Wycombe Manager Gareth Ainsworth told Bucks Free Press that he expecting a ‘very tough test’ against the Millers saying, ‘Without a doubt, it will be one of our toughest games of the season. They had a great result against Ipswich and everyone will say, they have had one less day’s rest, but believe me that won’t come into play too much.’
Neil Hair from Peterborough is the referee for this game.