Millers could make one change...
Rotherham United manager Steve Evans has hinted there may be a change for the Millers’ trip to York City on Saturday, but wholesale changes are not required following their victory over Oxford United last week.
Due to the late postponement of the game at Accrington Stanley on Tuesday, the team sheets had already been submitted, showing an unchanged 11 for Evans’ side. It appears only a change in shape could result in a change to the starting line-up at the weekend.
“There may be a slight change in formation for the game which means one change in personnel,” said Evans. “We’ve looked at the two options in training this week and we’ll continue to look at the options myself and my staff will then sit down and agree on the team and formation.”
Last Saturday saw a debut for left back Bob Harris, an emergency loan signing from Blackpool, and Evans, whilst frustrated at the waterlogged pitch, has taken some positives from it.
“For the first 15 minutes he didn’t know whether he was in the New York Stadium or in NewYork City, but after that I thought he was absolutely excellent, and if there’s any advantage in the game being off it means we’ve done some extra training. Bob’s been involved in that he’s got to know the shape, the players and how we play and he’s looked a much better player than what we saw last week.”
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