Easter home test

ROTHERHAM United aim to give their Championship survival fight a much-needed boost against Brighton at the AESSEAL New York Stadium this afternoon.

Four straight defeats have left them hovering over the bottom three and the gap to third-bottom Millwall has been trimmed to four points. They don’t play until the weekend and with Wigan, a further point behind, facing a tough match against promotion chasing Derby today, it is a chance to push further towards safety. Brighton themselves need a couple more results to be sure of keeping out of danger.

Rotherham, beaten 2-1 at Birmingham on Saturday, welcome back Kari Arnason from suspension.

Kick-off is 3pm.