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Hereford United Vs Rotherham United, Sat 28 Aug 2010

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Hereford boss Simon Davey is set to make changes for the visit of Rotherham.

Striker Manset is ruled out for two weeks with a hamstring injury and is likely to be replaced by O'Neil Thompson.

Thompson has been struggling for fitness since sustaining a groin injury prior to the Bulls' 1-0 opening day triumph at Crewe, but is set to make his first start of the season.

Fellow striker Sam Malsom is also out for two weeks with medial knee ligament damage after coming off the bench in last Saturday's 4-0 defeat by Chesterfield.

Hereford will be looking to bounce back following their 4-0 defeat at Chesterfield last weekend as they bid to secure their first home win of the season.

Rotherham boss Ronnie Moore will be hoping to include new signing Jeremiah Ani in his squad.

The Nigerian striker put pen to paper on a one-month contract following a successful trial but the deal is dependant on international clearance going through, which the Millers are still waiting for.

Moore is unlikely to make any changes from the side which beat Cheltenham 6-4 last week as striker Tom Elliott is fully fit after a groin problem and Nick Fenton is yet to recover from his calf trouble.

Johnny Mullins is nearing a return from his calf injury that has dogged the opening weeks of his Millers career while Ryan Taylor, Tom Pope and Dale Tonge (all metatarsal) are still several weeks away from action.

The Millers have made a promising start to their League Two campaign, having collected seven points from their three games, and will aim to continue their unbeaten run at Edgar Street.

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