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Preview | Rotherham United v Dale

9 March 2018

Rotherham United v Rochdale | The AESSEAL New York Stadium, Sky Bet League One, Saturday 10th March 2018, 3pm Kick-Off


Keith Hill On Rotherham United

9 March 2018

Dale make the trip across the Pennines to face in-form Rotherham United on Saturday.

The Millers are unbeaten since the beginning of December, in a run spanning 14 matches, including winning their last seven on the spin.

That form has seen them rise to fourth in the League One table, hot on the heels of those chasing automatic promotion.

Dale’s impressive 3-0 win over Walsall in midweek meant rising off bottom spot, as Keith Hill’s men attempt to bridge the gap to safety.



Manager Keith Hill has been encouraged with performance levels for quite a while and that’s got to continue. Read his pre-Rotherham United thoughts HERE.

The Gaffer has also been discussing what he's looking for the players to do between now and the end of the season. Click HERE to read what he had to say. 

Watch the full 10 minute interview on iFollow


Supporters who didn’t purchase in advance from the RAFC Ticket Office can still pay on the day at Rotherham.

Click HERE for admission prices.



For a complete guide to the AESSEAL New York Stadium, including directions and parking, visit Rotherham’s website by clicking HERE.



Referee: Graham Salisbury

Assistant Referees: Barry Gordon & Neil Sharp

Fourth Official: Wayne Grunnill


Club News

Flashback | Rotherham United 2-3 Dale

9 March 2018


Dale have two wins from their two visits to the AESSEAL New York Stadium.

Back in September 2012, Dale became the first team to take all three points from Rotherham's new home, when two goals in the final 15 minutes sealed a 3-2 victory over the Millers.

Click HERE to view the full flashback, including a gallery of photos.



Rotherham Draws Dale
36 15 25



Dale are at odds of 16/5 to claim victory over Rotherham United in Sky Bet League One on Saturday.

Click HERE for the full betting preview.


Club News

Match Odds | Rotherham United (A)

8 March 2018


Fans in the UK can listen to match audio commentary on iFollow, whilst overseas supporters can watch the match live! The programme will start at 2.55pm.

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To access commentary/watch live via your desktop, go through our match centre. The match centre will be located on the home page of the main website ( Once you’ve clicked through, a link will appear on the left-hand side of the page for you to access the commentary. This will appear on the site around half an hour before kick-off.

We will be tweeting live updates from the match and will go behind-the-scenes with our Instagram Story feature. Follow @officiallydale (Twitter and Instagram).

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Match Reports

Rotherham United 0-1 Rochdale: Report

10 March 2018

Rochdale ended Rotherham United’s fourteen game unbeaten run with a 1-0 win over the Millers at the New York Stadium.

Stephen Humphrys’ second half goal sealed a deserved three points for Keith Hill’s side following a tremendous performance against the promotion chasing Millers.

Manager Keith Hill named the same starting eleven that beat Walsall during the week. There was one change on the bench, however, with Daniel Adshead replacing Mark Kitching.

The hosts started brightly but were limited to an Anthony Forde strike during the opening exchanges, which went well wide of the target, as Rochdale defended resolutely. 

It was Dale’s Andy Cannon who forced Mark Rodak into the first save of the game in the 13th minute, after he’d struck a powerful effort at the near post, and Dale went on to dominate. 

A minute later, Hill’s side came close again after a swift move forward. Joe Rafferty’s dangerous delivery was flicked on by Stephen Humphrys, but Done, who was under pressure at the back post, couldn’t make a clean connection and his attempted effort went narrowly wide.

For all their fancy foot-work and pleasing on the eye passages of play, the Millers were yet to create a clear-cut opportunity when Rochdale came close again in the 23rd minute. This time, Richard Wood defended away a low ball from Done a yard from the line, after he’d latched onto the end of a quick Callum Camps free-kick and got to the byline.

Humphrys was denied by Rodak soon after the half hour, when the Rotherham ‘keeper got an important hand to a powerful shot across goal. The slightest of touches saw it round the upright for a corner.  

Three minutes before the break Camps stung the palms of the goalkeeper, after rattling an effort at goal from the edge of the area.

During stoppage time, the Millers had the ball in the back of the net but it was rightly ruled out, after Lillis was flattened when Wood headed home from a corner.


Four minutes into the second half, Bradden Iman was excellently denied by Rodak, after a sublime move by Dale, created through a superb first touch from Henderson. The Dale skipper picked out the on-loan Peterborough United man, and after running at goal, was kept out by the Millers’ ‘keeper, who turned the effort over.

A dominant Rochdale had been tremendous and they got the goal they deserved in the 67th minute. Josh Lillis bowled the ball out to Inman, and after driving up the centre of the pitch, he in turn played the ball through to Humphrys, who fired low across Rodak and into the bottom corner of the net.

The Millers failed to truly test Lillis during the game and the closest they probably came was when the Dale goalkeeper kept out substitute Caoloan Lavery, who sent header at goal from close range.

Two Rochdale substitutions followed in quick succession, with Steven Davies firstly replacing Humphrys, and then Inman making way for Ollie Rathbone.

During five minutes of stoppage time, Henderson capitalised on a Millers error, but his curling effort dropped just wide of the upright.


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