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    • 21Collin
    • 2Brindley
    • 20Morgan
    • 27Tavernier
    • 3Skarz
    • 4Arnason
    • 8Frecklington
    • 15Milsom
    • 26Thomas
    • 9Revell
    • 18Pringle
    • 10Beavon
    • 7Humphrey
    • 2Keane
    • 32Wiseman
    • 1Stuckmann
    • 16Buchanan
    • 9Kevin Davies
    • 29Walker
    • 1Shearer
    • 31Dan Rowe
    • 28Vuckic
    • 10O'Connor
    • 35Hitchcock
    • 5Davis

    Preston

    Starting line up
    Formation 4-4-2
    • 23 D. Rudd
    • 5 T. Clarke
    • 6 B. Wright
    • 22 J. King
    • 3 S. Laird
    • 11 L. Holmes (Humphrey ')
    • 31 A. Browne (Keane ')
    • 19 J. Welsh
    • 12 P. Gallagher
    • 14 J. Garner
    • 17 C. Davies (Davies ')

    Rotherham

    Starting line up
    Formation 4-3-3
    • 21 A. Collin
    • 2 R. Brindley (O'Connor ')
    • 20 C. Morgan
    • 27 J. Tavernier
    • 3 J. Skarz
    • 4 K. Arnason
    • 8 L. Frecklington (Davis ')
    • 15 R. Milsom
    • 26 W. Thomas (Vuckic ')
    • 9 A. Revell
    • 18 B. Pringle
    Substitutes
    • 10 S. Beavon
    • 7 C. Humphrey
    • 2 K. Keane
    • 32 S. Wiseman
    • 1 T. Stuckmann
    • 16 D. Buchanan
    • 9 K. Davies
    Substitutes
    • 29 N. Walker
    • 1 S. Shearer
    • 31 D. Rowe
    • 28 H. Vuckic
    • 10 M. O'Connor
    • 35 T. Hitchcock
    • 5 C. Davis

    Preston vs Rotherham

    Preston have gone four matches unbeaten against the Millers in league competition, winning twice (D2).
    Rotherham have won only once in their last seven league trips to Deepdale, losing four times (D2).
    The team that finished in fourth place in League One has won the play-offs in each of the last three seasons.
    The fifth placed side in League One hasn’t won promotion via the play-offs since 2005/06.
    The Lilywhites have won their last five league matches at Deepdale, scoring 18 goals in the process. Indeed, it’s their longest winning run of the season.
    Despite reaching the play-offs in eight separate seasons, Preston have never won promotion, losing in the final on three occasions.
    Rotherham have kept four clean sheets in their last five play-off matches, though they conceded three in the 2010 League Two final against Dagenham and Redbridge.
    Kieran Agard (Rotherham) has scored five goals in his last five away games.
    Preston have scored a league-high 19 headed goals this season. Indeed, Joe Garner has bagged six of those for North End; only Port Vale’s Tom Pope (7) has scored more this term.
    Rotherham have salvaged 23 points from losing positions this season; a league-high.
    The Millers have scored a league-high 17 goals in the opening 15 minutes this campaign, three more than any other team.