Rotherham United Preview vs Millwall

Rotherham United will be looking to put backtoback defeats to bed when they face Millwall on Sunday lunchtime at the AESSEAL New York Stadium.

The Millers, who lost on Tuesday to Hull City, were at the wrong side of a five goal thriller.

In the game against the Tigers both Kyle Vassell and Jamie Proctor looked good and caused a few problems for the opposition, however, Proctor’s goal with 15 minutes to go didn’t do enough to spark a fight back for Paul Warne’s men.

Speaking to iFollow MillersWarne spoke about some team news and revealed:

“Billy Jones has got a sore hip so he’ll be out for a few days. I don’t think he’ll make this weekend. But other than that everyone else is available.”

Speaking of Proctor having scored on Tuesday he’ll be wanting to get his first start and continue his nice form and trying to add to his tally.

The Opposition:

Millwall come into the game on Sunday with one win in four Championship games and playing very appallingly against fellow South Yorkshire outfit Sheffield Wednesday on Wednesday evening. Although they played bad against the Owls, Lions boss Neil Harris won’t be wanting to make the same mistakes against the Millers.

Prediction:

It will be a tough test for Paul Warne’s men, however, the Millers will be looking to cause problems and judging by what I saw against Sheffield Wednesday Warne’s men can cause Millwall problems.

Rotherham 2-1 Millwall

Predicted Rotherham XI:

Rodak; Vyner, Ajayi, Wood, Mattock; Newell, Vaulks, Manning; Proctor, Smith, Williams.

Picture Credit: Rotherham United

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