History of the Stevenage v Rotherham United fixture
The Millers face a trip to Stevenage at Broadhall Way on Tuesday evening, for the first time in their history, and will be hoping to give their new opponents the runaround and looking to get back to winning ways after two straight defeats.
Earlier in the season the teams played out a 1-1 draw at Don Valley in the league and Rotherham will take nothing for granted in tomorrow nights affair despite the home side being in mid-table, with two losses on home soil.
|Recent encounters between the teams:|
|2010/2011||Sat 09 Oct||Rotherham U.||1 - 1||Stevenage||LGE2|
Recent respective form guides
Stevenage have been playing quite well at home, winning 3, drawing 2, and losing just 1. A total of 11 goals have been scored in those games, with 6 conceded.
Rotherham have an average recent record on the road, picking up two good wins, but losing three, from the last six. The Millers have scored 6 goals in these games, but conceded 8.
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|Current form guides:||P||W||D||L||F||A||P|
Rotherham will have midfielder Jason Taylor available despite his dismissal against Wycombe as the Millers have appealed against his red card.
Manager Ronnie Moore has no injury worries aside from long-term defensive absentee Ryan Cresswell.
Stevenage boss Graham Westley has doubts over the fitness of midfielder Stacy Long (calf) and striker Yemi Odubade (back).
Striker Luke Daley could make his first start since arriving on loan.
MillersMAD's prediction ...
|Stevenage||Won 3 successive home games.
5 games since last home draw.
Not drawn a match in their last 7 .
|Rotherham U.||Not won in previous 2 away matches.
An overall losing run of 2 games.
No win in the 3 most recent games.