Date: 13th December 2012 at 3:56pm
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Rotherham United will have defender Mark Bradley fit for the trip down to London on Saturday where the Millers take on AFC Wimbledon.

Bradley came away from the FA Cup game against Notts County at the New York Stadium with a thigh strain.

Speaking to Millers Player Millers Manager Steve Evans said that Bradders had trained well.

Ian Sharps, who had to leave the pitch against Gillingham last weekend with a broken nose, is also fit.

Goalkeeper Scott Shearer could be a doubt after coming back from injury to be on the bench on Saturday he slipped and banged his elbow in training this week on the hard ground.

Some more good news is that Dale Tonge and David Noble, long term injury sufferers, will be back in training next week.

Craig Morgan is still out with him expected to be back the first week in January and it could be around February before Lionel Ainsworth is back.




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