Jambos narrowly beat Millers

John Sutton's solitary strike helped Hearts finalise preparations for the new SPL season with a 1-0 win over Rotherham at New York Stadium.

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Alex Revell squandered an early opportunity to put the League Two side ahead on Saturday before Andy Webster flashed a header over from close range after 30 minutes.

But Hearts took the lead two minutes into the second half when Sutton slotted home from five yards from Ryan McGowan's pin-point cross.

Revell headed just wide and recent signing Kieran Agard was denied by Jambos goalkeeper Jamie MacDonald late on.

Hearts, who have won three of their four pre-season games, open their SPL campaign at home to St Johnstone next Saturday.

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