Rotherham v Nottingham Forest Live Stream from New York Stadium

Rotherham and Nottingham Forest will meet for the 31st time later today with the Millers in desperate need of points, as the game is live streaming from the New York Stadium in South Yorkshire.

The club currently sit just one place outside the relegation zone having failed to win any of their last 8 games.

Back to back draws with Cardiff and Blackpool will have lifted the confidence so what however three points would be the perfect Christmas present for Steve Evans and his backroom staff.


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Forest meanwhile are 10th in the table, three points off the playoff. The Midlands side have won two and drawn one of their last five to climb back up the table following a poor run of form that included a winless October.

In all the club have won just two of their last 14 games in all competitions, having lead the table at the start of the season. The signs in recent weeks though point to a recovery. With seven points picked up from a possible 12.

Last time out a Robert Tesche goal rescued a point against draw specialists Charlton.


Speaking ahead of the game, Forest manager Stuart Pearce revealed that a couple of squad were struggling with flu but would be fit to play.

“Apart from the three boys with long-term injuries, everybody else is fit and available. The only thing that’s slowing individuals up is a bit of a flu bug that’s going around.

“Chris Burke and Danny Fox have had it, but as luck happens nowhere near a match.”

12 goal star forward Britt Assombalonga was suspended against Charlton but will return against Rotherham while Pearce also revealed that Henri Lansbury will also be available despite suffering an injury against the Addicks.

“Henri just twisted his back, where he had a stress fracture in time gone by. It was a little bit of a concern to him, but he was back on the training pitch on Tuesday” the former England U21 manager added.

The game kicks off at 15:00 GMT from the New York Stadium.

Trevor Keane is an Irish based sports writer and the author of Gaffers, 50 years of Irish Managers and Running through Walls, the Dave Langan Story.