Date: 30th March 2007 at 10:25pm
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Rotherham United caretaker manager, Mark Robins, has told the Official Site that the team have been training hard and are looking strong for the game against Bournemouth tomorrow.

‘I will be looking for the same fighting spirit they have shown in the last few games,’ he said, ‘do that and we could take all three points.

‘It will be a tough game, Bournemouth play decent football and are coming to Millmoor on the back of two good wins over Tranmere and Millwall. But they will know we are up for the fight and will not relish coming to Millmoor.’

On the injury front, Sam Duncum looks doubtful after picking up a hamstring strain and Colin Murdock, Gregor Robertson and Eugene Bopp are still out. Robins will also check on Richie Partridge and Justin Cochrane who both have knee injuries.

Michael Keane could make his first start since November after playing the final fifteen minutes against Blackpool on Tuesday.