Clean bill of health for County clash

Date published: Monday 24th August 2015 1:43

Clean bill of health for County clash

Defender Nick Fenton has been cleared to face his old club after limping out of last weekend’s draw against Hereford with a dead leg and should see off Marc Joseph’s challenge for his place.
Veteran striker Drewe Broughton may well have to settle for a spot on the bench again, with Moore likely to keep faith with the partnership of Adam Le Fondre and Tom Pope.
Le Fondre has scored 10 goals in 12 games since joining the Millers and his presence will be vital as United look to steal a march on the managerless Magpies, who are just three points behind them in the table.
“Notts County are everybody’s favourites to go up and rightly so,” Moore said. “They are a yardstick but I don’t want to read too much about Notts County. I’ve seen them play and I know what they can do and I have seen us play and I know what we can do. It’s going to be one cracking game.”

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