Sean Thomas: Goalkeeper
21 year-old and ex-Bristol City stopper Sean joined Wealdstone in the 2007/08 season on a three month loan from QPR, he played just 14 games before picking up an injury and missing the rest of the season. After QPR released him in 2008 he re -joined the Stones and has made over 50 appearances.
Marvin McCoy: Marvin is a full back who likes to get forward and was at Arsenal and Watford as a teenager. The 20 year-old signed from Isthmian League Division One North club Leyton in 2008.
In his two spells with Wealdstone Lee has made over 180 appearances. He left Wealdstone to join Ware during the pre-season of 2006-07 and played in their early matches, but re-joined the Stones later in the same season. He has gone on to be a regular in the first team.
After a number of impressive performances in pre-seaon 24 year-old Kenny signed for the Stones on a permanent basis. His former clubs are Cove & AFC Wimbledon.
20 year-old Fitzgerald is a tall defender who is as good in the air, as he is having the ball at his feet. He joined after being released by Yeovil Town earlier this year.
Wealdstone's Supporters club Player of the Season last year, Alan firstly joined the club on loan from Wycombe in 2007, he was recalled by Wycombe after playing 23 first team games at the end of the 2007/08 season. He was then released and re-signed for the Stones a short time later.
The 2007-08 season saw Ryan collect the "Player of the Season" & the "Players Player" awards. Ryan is a good passer of the ball, blessed with pace he is one to watch in and around the box.
Only 19, Kieron was on the books of Watford making just one appearance for their first team in the Carling Cup game with Gillingham. Kieron joined Wealdstone in 2008. He is another player with good control and able to pick out a pass.
Mark's list of former clubs include Cambridge City, Oxford City, Stevenage, MK Dons, Wivenhoe & Hitchin Town. Still only 19 Mark signed for Wealdstone in pre-season and can play in the hole or directly up top as a striker.
Usually played on he left side of the forward line, Danny is a former Tottenham youth player. The 25 year-old old joined Wealdstone in the summer of 2008, but left for Cambridge City before the season started. He played 11 times for Cambridge scoring 3 goals, before re-signing for the Stones in November the same year.
Charlie came straight to Wealdstone from Loughborough University and signed in 2009. He's 22, pace being his main asset and has an eye for goal.
A strong player that leads the line, Ross scored the winning goal in the Stones pre-season 2-1 win over Leeds Utd. He joined during the year from Aylesbury United.
MillersMAD's one to watch - James Gray:
Sheffielder James was at the Millers' School of Excellence until the age of 16 under John Breckin, but was not taken on. The 31 year-old utility man lists amongst his former clubs, Sheffield Wednesday, Lincoln United, Worksop Town, Sheffield FC, Harpenden Town, Barton Rovers and Arlesey Town. James once netted 85 goals in a season for the young Owls.
Missing from the match will be striker Greg Ngoyi, who was Wealdstone's leading scorer last season netting 18 times, in his 25 appearances.
The 22 year-old joined the Stones from Isthmian League Division One North club Leyton.
Ngoyi's strike started the Wealdstone fight back in the last round against Aylesbury. The Stones found themselves 2-0 down but went on to claim a 4-2 win. However a straight Red card in the second half means he will miss Sunday's game with the Millers.
Full team news for both sides tomorrow.