ROTHERHAM United are on weather watch as they wait to see if Saturday's fixture at Gillingham FC can beat the snow.
The Priestfield Stadium pitch is under cover but with weather warnings in place for Kent for tomorrow, the match could be in doubt. Even if the conditions are playable, public safety might be an issue.
Rotherham United, unbeaten in 14 games in League One, are due to travel down tomorrow and are preparing as normal.
Manager Paul Warne told the Rotherham Advertiser: "We just want to play. We don't want to sit here on Saturday and see other teams pick up points. The lads are in good form, it's not like we need a break."
Keep posted for updates as they become available, and catch tomorrow's Rotherham Advertiser for all the latest from the Rotherham United camp.
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