Millers wait on Warrington

ROTHERHAM United are sweating on the fitness of goalkeeper Andy Warrington for tomorrow's home clash against Crewe Alexandra.

Warrington—an ever present this season—was sent home from training yesterday with sickness and diarrhoea.

He's the second player in as many weeks to go down with a virus, following striker Drewe Broughton to the sickness bay, and manager Ronnie Moore is taking no risks.

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He said: "We're hoping Andy will be OK by this morning but we just hope he hasn't got the same bug as Drewe. If that is the case then there is no way he will play.

"He's the last player you want out of the side but he can't be that bad because he wants to train.

"My concern is that this virus isn't passed on to others and that is why he has been better out of the way."

If Warrington can't make it, back-up keeper Jamie Annerson would come into contention for a match the Millers need to win to guarantee a place in the League Two play-offs.

Moore has Broughton back available tomorrow. Kick-off is 3pm.