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Team news for Saturday's League One clash between Rotherham United and Peterborough United at the New York Stadium.

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Rotherham will have an unchanged squad for the visit of high-flying Peterborough.

The Millers were without Claude Davis (hamstring), Michael O'Connor and David Worrall (both groin) for the 1-1 draw at Walsall last week and all three are still injured.

Right-back Richard Brindley came off at the Banks's Stadium due to illness, but he is fully recovered and raring to go.

Boss Steve Evans is debating whether to keep faith with Scott Shearer in goal following a number of errors or bring in Adam Collin as the Millers aim to keep their unbeaten run going.

Lee Tomlin will miss Peterborough's trip to Rotherham.

Tomlin faces a spell out with damaged ankle ligaments following a challenge by Sunderland's Ki Sung Yueng and left the Stadium of Light on crutches after the Capital One Cup defeat on Tuesday night. Posh boss Darren Ferguson has brought former striker Paul Taylor back to the club on loan as cover and the Ipswich man will go straight into the squad.

Defenders Mark Little and Nathaniel Knight-Percival are suspended after both were sent off in last weekend's 2-1 league win over MK Dons but midfielder Danny Kearns could return to the squad after missing the last two matches with a hip injury.

Tommy Rowe also limped out of the Sunderland game with a knee problem but the skipper is expected to be fit.

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