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                                                    AFC Wimbledon
                                                    Luke Moore (66 mins)
                                                    Ben Pringle (34 mins)
                                                    Sam Hoskins (83 mins)

                                                    npower League 2 , Apr 6, 2012
                                                    Ground: The Fans' Stadium Kingsmeadow , Kickoff: 15:00 , Att 4,387

                                                    Team news

                                                    Knott back for Dons Billy Knott returns to the AFC Wimbledon squad for the visit of Rotherham.

                                                    The on-loan Sunderland youngster missed last weekend's 2-1 defeat at Accrington with a knee injury but resumed training on Monday and could go straight back into the starting line-up.

                                                    However, fellow midfielder Sammy Moore is still suspended after collecting 10 bookings for the season.

                                                    Striker Jason Prior could be added to the squad after coming through a reserve outing in midweek.

                                                    Prior has managed just one substitute appearance since joining the Dons in January due to a knee problem.

                                                    Callum McNaughton is out for the season with a cruciate injury while fellow centre-back Pim Balkestein plays the final game of his loan spell from Brentford.

                                                    Rotherham will still be without defender Michael Raynes.

                                                    The centre-half missed last week's 1-0 victory over Hereford with a hamstring injury which he is still recovering from so Ryan Cresswell will continue alongside Johnny Mullins.

                                                    Caretaker manager Darren Patterson will therefore pick from the same squad as last weekend and looks set to name the same side.

                                                    Veteran Richard Naylor and fellow defender Luke Foster (both knee) continue to occupy the treatment room and will not feature again this term.

                                                    The trip to Kingsmeadow will be Patterson's fourth game in charge and he is enjoying his temporary stint at the helm while the Millers search for a permanent successor to Andy Scott.

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                                                    Super-sub Sam on song for Millers Substitute Sam Hoskins netted the winner within two minutes of coming on as Rotherham kept alive their slim play-off hopes with a 2-1 victory over AFC Wimbledon.

                                                    The Millers travelled to London effectively needing to win all of their remaining six fixtures to break into the top seven and Ben Pringle set them on their way after 34 minutes.

                                                    Luke Moore thought he had secured the Dons a point 20 minutes after the break but Hoskins, who replaced Pringle in the 81st minute, had other ideas as he netted the winner moments later.

                                                    Lewis Grabban and Gareth Evans both had chances to put Rotherham ahead - the former firing straight at Jack Turner early on and the latter somehow failing to connect after 25 minutes.

                                                    George Moncur turned and shot wide in response for the hosts but the Millers deservedly took the lead 11 minutes before the break when Pringle's low drive from 35 yards beat Turner.

                                                    Team Line-ups

                                                    AFC WimbledonRating
                                                    Player rating out of ten Player name Substitution Did they score? Player's disciplinary record Rating
                                                    20 Jack Turner
                                                    7 Samuel Hatton
                                                    17 Mat Mitchel-King
                                                    6 Brett Johnson(sub 45)
                                                    3 Gareth Gwillim
                                                    23 Rashid Yussuff(sub 83)
                                                    25 George Moncur
                                                    8 Ricky Wellard
                                                    19 Kieran Djilali(sub 45)
                                                    10 Jack Midson
                                                    11 Luke Moore Goal
                                                    1 Seb Brown
                                                    13 Chris Bush(sub 45)
                                                    27 Byron Harrison
                                                    28 Billy Knott(sub 83)
                                                    12 Christian Jolley(sub 45)
                                                    Player rating out of ten Player name Did they score? Player's disciplinary record Substitution Rating
                                                    1 Rhys Taylor
                                                    2 Dale Tonge
                                                    5 Ryan Cresswell
                                                    17 Johnny Mullins
                                                    26 Sam Wood
                                                    23 Lewis Grabban
                                                    8 Jason Taylor
                                                    11 Danny Schofield
                                                    7 Gareth Evans(sub 74)
                                                    18 Ben Pringle(sub 80) Goal
                                                    9 Alex Revell
                                                    21 Andy Warrington
                                                    4 Danny Harrison(sub 74)
                                                    3 Tom Newey
                                                    10 Sam Hoskins(sub 80) Goal
                                                    28 Kieron Cadogan

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