Rotherham will be playing for pride in the Yorkshire derby at the Coral Windows Stadium tomorrow while Bradford still have a chance of making the play-offs.
A win is on the cards for the Millers as Bradford haven`t won at home since the beginning of March and haven`t won their last game of the season at home since 2005, while Rotherham have won more away games than anyone else in League Two.
Bradford are in eleventh place in the league and the Millers are three points behind them in thirteenth.
Mark Robins – Bradford is a good club and a great stadium. It will be great to go there and play in front of a big crowd.
John Breckin – Hopefully we can put in a great performance against Bradford.
Bradford City Team News:
Graeme Lee should be available after recovering from a thigh strain although Mark Bower is on stand-by. Dean Furman is back in training but it is doubtful that he will start and Omar Daley is still out. Nicky Law started on the bench last week but will be hoping for a starting place
Player to watch: Peter Thorne
Top scorer for Bradford with fifteen goals and as his contract comes to an end in the summer he will be playing for a new one
Rotherham United Team News:
The Millers only have the long term injuries and Micky Cummins out of tomorrows game. After getting rave comments from his manager this week, Jason Taylor will be hoping to start
Player to watch: Ian Sharps
strong and reliable
Mr AR Hall
The Millers last game of the season is at Don Valley on 2nd May when Exeter City will be the visitors. The kick off is 3.00pm