Hoping for some cup magic

NEIL Redfearn says some FA Cup magic would do the Millers no harm in the second half of the season.

They chase a place in the fourth round for the first time in 14 years at Elland Road this afternoon, less than two months since they beat Leeds United there in the league.

Championship survival remains the priority but Redfearn, again preparing to face his old club and his predecessor, Steve Evans, wouldn't mind some cup successes to go alongside.

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He said: “The FA Cup is a competition with a great tradition.

“A good run helps confidence, helps finances and gives the supporters imagination for the rest of the season. This tie will be tough because Leeds have found some form but it is a game we can look forward to.”

Kick-off is 3pm.