Northampton Town make 2 changes to their team ahead of their trip to Rotherham United.

The pair of alterations from the midweek draw with MK Dons see Dean Bowditch and George Smith called into the starting 11.

Raheem Hanley drops to the substitutes bench, while a knee injury sustained at stadium:mk means Matt Crooks misses out altogether.

Sam Hoskins drops out of the squad after suffering an ankle injury in training. His place on the bench is taken by Sam Foley, who is making his own return to the squad after his own knee injury.

The meeting with the Millers is Northampton’s first with Rotherham since the 2012-13 season, which saw the two sides meeting in League Two. Both sides won the respective home meetings in that campaign, with Rotherham winning 3-1 in the meeting in South Yorkshire. The Cobblers’ last away win against Rotherham came in 2006.

Northampton starting 11: Ingram, Moloney, Taylor, Pierre, Buchanan, Poole, Grimes, Powell, Bowditch, Smith, Revell
Subs bench: Cornell, Barnett, Waters, Kasim, Foley, Hanley, Richards

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