Rotherham United Vs Stevenage, Sat 9 Oct 2010

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Rotherham manager Ronnie Moore looks set to recall several of his key players for the visit of Stevenage.

Adam Le Fondre, Andy Warrington, Johnny Mullins and Tom Newey were rested for the Millers' 2-1 win at Burton in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy and all four should come back into the side.

Skipper Ryan Cresswell should also be involved after missing the last two matches following the death of his grandfather last week.

After making a surprise appearance from the bench against Bradford 10 days ago following a lengthy lay-off, striker Ryan Taylor has not been involved in either of the last two games and his involvement is in doubt again as he battles for full fitness.

The Millers welcome Stevenage to Don Valley for the first ever meeting between the two sides hoping to extend their unbeaten run to six games.

Stevenage could welcome back skipper Mark Roberts for the trip.

The centre-half has been absent for the last three games with ankle ligament damage but he is back to full fitness and could come in to partner Jon Ashton in defence.

Joel Byrom remains in the treatment room with a fractured eye socket and he is unlikely to feature for the next six weeks while Lee Boylan has a calf injury and is set for a further four weeks out.

Chris Beardsley (shoulder) and Darren Murphy (ankle) are also continued absentees.

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Mark Roberts
Andy Warrington
Ryan Taylor
Lee Boylan
Ryan Cresswell
Adam Le Fondre
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Tom Newey
Ryan Taylor
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