Date: 6th December 2012 at 4:49pm
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Rotherham United Manager Steve Evans is hoping that midfielder Mark Bradley will have shaken off a tight hamstring and be in the squad for the game against Gillingham on Saturday.

Speaking to MillersPlayer the Millers Boss said, ‘Bradders has been with Denis Circuit (Physio) most of the week. He`s trained today and trained well and providing he has no adverse reaction and trains tomorrow he`ll be in the squad for Saturday.`

It had been hoped the Kari Arnason would get a run out in the reserve game at Tranmere this week but it was postponed, however he has played in a couple of practice games and came through them OK although it could be a late decision on whether he`s fit enough for Saturday or not.

Also on the way back is goalkeeper Scott Shearer who has trained for the last ten days and could be in contention for that number one shirt. Personally, I really don’t think Andy Warrington has done anything wrong to be dispossessed of the shirt and I’d rather like to think he could play the next couple of games if not more.





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