A look at our visitors, Rotherham United
Rotherham have made a steady start to the League two season with 10 points from 7 matches following their relegation from League 1 last season. They are currently placed 10th, 3 places above Barnet and have won 2, drawn 4 and lost just one to league leaders, Darlington.
Rotherham are managed by former Manchester United and Norwich player, Mark Robins, who took over as manager in March of this year. Last Saturday, Rotherham were held at home to Notts County in a 1-1 draw at Millmoor. The team is almost unrecognisable from last season with most of the first team squad having signed during the summer transfer window.
In goal is experienced Andy Warrington, formerly with Bury, Doncaster Rovers and York City. Warrington, who made over 200 first team appearances for Doncaster, signed in the summer from Bury.
At right back is much travelled Marc Joseph who also signed in the summer, from Blackpool. Joseph has also played for Peterborough, Hull City and Cambridge United. On the left side is 19 year old, Stephen Brogan, who broke into the first team last season with 19 starts.
The centre backs are 35 year old, Graham Coughlan, another much travelled player, who signed in the summer from Burnley. He has played for Blackburn, Sheffield Wednesday and Plymouth, for whom he made over 200 appearances and Ian Sharps, who signed from Tranmere Rovers a year ago. Sharps made nearly 200 appearances for the Birkenhead club. Paul Hurst made his first team debut for the Millers in 1993 and has made over 400 appearances for Rotherham. The club have also just signed 19 year old, Ryan Cresswell on a three month loan deal from Sheffield United.
On the right of midfield is Andy Todd, a player who came up through non league football, playing for Hucknall Town and Burton Albion before moving to Accrington Stanley where he helped the Lancashire club to gain promotion to the league by winning the Nationwide Conference in 2006. He made 44 league starts last season for Stanley before moving to Rotherham in the summer. Another summer signing is Dale Tonge, who arrived from Barnsley where he made 47 appearances for the League One side. Tonge can also play at right back.
In the centre of midfield are former QPR player, Marcus Bean arrived in the summer from Blackpool and Danny Harrison signed from Tranmere Rovers where he made over 100 appearances in six seasons. 19 year old, Jamie Yates has broken through this season from the youth team.
On the left is Peter Holmes, a former Luton Town player who made over 100 appearances in 7 seasons for the Bedfordshire club and was yet another summer signing, from Lincoln City.
Scottish striker, Derek Holmes is well known to Bees fans from his time at Carlisle United when the two teams were promoted together from the Conference in 2005. Holmes has a lot of experience in both English and Scottish football having played for Hearts, Ross County and Bournemouth amongst others and was signed in the summer from Carlisle.
Rotherham paid £65,000 for Chris O'Grady when he signed last season from Leicester City and he has scored 3 goals so far this season. Bruce Dyer has scored over 100 goals in more than 300 league appearances in his career. His travels have taken him to Crystal Palace, Watford, Sheffield United and Barnsley to name just a few and he joined Rotherham from Bradford City in the summer. Twenty year old, Marc Newsham is a product of the youth system and has made 28 appearances for Rotherham though mostly as substitute.