Rotherham v Bristol Rovers preview
Last Updated: 20/04/18 11:11am
Rotherham boss Paul Warne does not have any fresh concerns as his side prepare to face Bristol Rovers.
The Millers moved a step closer to securing a top-six place with a 1-0 win at Gillingham on Tuesday night. Joe Mattock is still nursing a hamstring injury and will not be rushed back, while Darren Potter (Achilles) and Jamie Proctor (knee) will not feature.
Warne could be tempted to make changes at the New York Stadium, with Joe Newell, David Ball and Anthony Forde all hoping for starts.
Bristol Rovers boss Darrell Clarke looks set to carry on experimenting. Youngsters Mo Baghdadi and Kenan Dunnwald have been given a chance in recent weeks and could feature again.
Liam Sercombe, Stuart Sinclair and Joe Partington are again expected to be out. Rovers are 12th on 56 points, eight below the play-offs.
Rotherham have won just one of their last five home meetings with the Gas in all competitions (D1 L3), losing the last two in succession.
Bristol Rovers have won four of their last five league encounters with the Millers, losing the other 2-1 in February 2013.
Rotherham have only lost one of their last 11 home league games (W7 D3), having lost each of their previous three.
The Gas have picked up just one win from their last seven league games (D4 L2) - they won four of their previous seven before this run (D1 L2).
Ellis Harrison has been directly involved in five of Bristol Rovers' last eight league goals away from home (4 goals, 1 assist).