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Rotherham v Posh Predictions


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What do you think the score will be between Rotherham United and Peterborough United in the Sky Bet League One match?



Rotherham Away

Rotherham United v Peterborough United
Location: New York Stadium
Date: 28th September, 2013
Kick-off: 15:00pm



After gaining promotion from League Two last season, Rotherham are unsurprisingly taking League One in their stride and currently sit in 5th place, three points off second placed Posh.

The Millers are one of just three teams who are unbeaten in League One having won four and drawn four matches. Their last match ended in a 1-1 draw at Walsall thanks to a fifth goal of the season from seasoned striker Daniel Nardiello but ex-Posh midfielder Lee Frecklington is hot on his heels with 4 goals this season while ex-Posh loanee Kieran Agard has 3 goals.

After the heart-ache of relegation on the final day of last season, Posh have hit the ground running this season as they attempt to get back to the Championship at the first attempt. Six wins and a draw from their first 8 League matches have seen them battle it out with Wolves for second place.

Despite selling their prize forward Dwight Gayle, Posh have yet again found another young gem in the form of Britt Assombalonga. Assombalonga has hit 8 goals already but he`s not the only Posh player hitting the back of the net on a regular basis. Attacking midfielder Lee Tomlin has scored 7 goals while transfer-listed forward Tyrone Barnett, who attracted the interest of Rotherham manager Steve Evans in the summer, has hit 5 goals.

With both sides scoring about two goals per game, it is bound to be an entertaining affair but what do you think the score will be?

Cast your vote below and we will let you know on Saturday what the outcome was.




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