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Evans hopeful on trio return

22 February 2014

Millers boss Steve Evans is hopeful that he will have the entirety of his squad at his disposal for when his side do battle with Preston North End on Tuesday night.

Evans’ men overcame Carlisle United despite being without the services of captain Craig Morgan, Mark Bradley and Rob Milsom, with all three sitting out of the game at Brunton Park as a result of injury.

Kieran Agard’s stoppage-time winner in Cumbria served as proof that the Millers side were at full intensity until the final whistle and Evans hopes he will be able to rotate his squad in midweek:

“We’ll freshen it up for Tuesday because today we’ve had Carlisle away and there’s all the travelling involved with that and it’s taken until the 95th minute to win the game.”

“We’ll have a look tomorrow how everyone is doing and we’ll have our captain back available to us, who’s travelled with us to make sure Paul Warne could smash him fitness-wise this morning and he’s done that."

In addition to Morgan’s imminent return the Millers boss is confident that both Bradley and Milsom will also return to the fold for the trip to Deepdale:

“Mark Bradley isn’t far away and Rob Milsom will train Monday for the first time so hopefully we’ll be able to go to Preston and take all the players we’ve got.”

 


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