Top-three carrot for Millers

ROTHERHAM United's game at Torquay tomorrow is expected to beat the weather—and offer the Millers a chance to get back into the automatic promotion frame in League Two.

Ronnie Moore's men sit outside the top three only on goal difference after last weekend's 1-0 win over Aldershot and will be bidding to put pressure on third-placed Bury with another good result.

The biggest selection poser is in defence, where right-back Danny Coid is striving to overcome a hamstring injury that kept him out last weekend.

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If he is fit, Johnny Mullins is expected to switch inside to centre-half to take the place of skipper Ryan Cresswell, who is out until the new year after breaking his collar bone against Aldershot.

Coid has extended his loan spell from Premier League outfit Blackpool until January 15.

The 29-year-old has yet to be on the losing side for the Millers after starting games against Oxford, Crewe and Northampton.