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Match Preview: Rotherham United vs Brentford

All the info as we head to South Yorkshire on Saturday

10 Hours ago

Thomas Frank and The Bees head to Rotherham United tomorrow unbeaten in five in the Sky Bet Championship. Standing in their way of a first away win of the campaign is a Millers' side under Paul Warne battling for their Championship survival. Here's all the info ahead of tomorrow's game.


Rotherham United got a rude awakening to what life back in the Sky Bet Championship would be like during their 5-1 opening day defeat at Griffin Park back in August, but since then Paul Warne's side have adjusted well, and head into tomorrow's game two points above the drop zone in 21st. 

The fact that Rotherham are not in more peril is down entirely to their home form. Since Hull City's victory in mid-August, only West Bromwich Albion have left The AESSEAL New York Stadium with all three points. Their two home league defeats is the joint-lowest in the second tier and their tally of 21 home points is equal with Stoke City, Aston Villa, and Blackburn Rovers. 

That being said, Paul Warne's side head into tomorrow's game having lost five of their last six in all competitions, including a 7-0 thumping by Manchester City in the Emirates FA Cup Third Round, and were beaten 1-0 last time out at rock-bottom Ipswich Town.

The January window has brought just one re-inforcement so far with Matt Crooks joining from Northampton Town for an undisclosed fee. 


Thomas Frank is still without Emiliano Marcondes and Lewis Macleod for tomorrow's game although Marcus Forss did come through an hour for the B Team on Tuesday night.  

With Jamie Proctor out for the season and Kyle Vassell troubled by a groin problem, Michael Smith could be Warne's only striking option for tomorrow. Sean Raggett is likely to return following a facial injury but Joe Newell and an unnamed player, who Warne revealed went down in training this week but refused to name, are both struggling. 


Paul Warne joined the coaching staff at United in May 2012, following his retirement from football. A striker in his career, he made over 450 professional league appearances across two spells at Rotherham. He also got game time at Wigan Athletic, Oldham Athletic and Yeovil Town.

In November 2016, with Kenny Jackett heading out of the door, Warne was given the reins as caretaker-manager. In January that season, he was reluctantly handed the job full-time until the end of the season. Growing into the role as time went on, the 45-year-old followed the Club down into League One, rebuilding the squad and coming straight back to the second tier with promotion last season.


It was a five-star opening day performance at Griffin Park as The Millers were put to the sword.  


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There will be Pay on the Day tomorrow, cash only, from the away ticket office at The AESSEAL New York Stadium



(12 and under)
Meditemp South Stand £25 £15 £15 £9 £7

Plan your matchday with our away travel guide.

This Saturday, and every Saturday in January, there is Industrial Action on the Northern network. There will be a severely reduced service between Sheffield and Rotherham, especially post-match, with the last service back to London leaving Rotherham at 5.58pm.

Further details are available here 


Mark Burridge presents Matchday Live from Rotherham this weekend, alongside Mick Cabble and Simon Ratcliffe. Hear live commentary and build-up to the game from 2.30pm.

Download the Official Brentford FC App to get notifications direct to your phone, plus all the latest news, views and reaction from the game. Visit the Play Store or iTunes App Store now to download. 

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Ticket News

Follow The Bees to Rotherham

Last chance to book your tickets for tomorrow’s game and collect Ticket Access Points…

13 Hours ago

This weekend, we travel to Yorkshire to face The Millers. Join us at the AESSEAL New York Stadium to give Thomas Frank and his men your vocal support as we look to make it seven unbeaten in all competitions.

Hurry, book your place from us before 2pm today to avoid missing out on TAP and save. Our hosts will sell tickets on the day, with a £2 increase on Adult and Concession tickets and £1 on the two Junior prices. They will only accept cash from 1.30pm from the away ticket office which is situated next to the away turnstiles.


  • Season Ticket Holders: Thursday 3 January, 10am (four per person)
  • Club Members: Saturday 5 January, 10am (four per person)
  • General Sale: Monday 7 January, 10am (four per person)

Ticket sales end at 2pm Friday 18 January (subject to availability).

Full ticket allocation: 807

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(12 and under)
Meditemp South Stand £23 £13 £13 £8 £6

Concession tickets are classed as Seniors aged 60 years old and over, Young Adults 18-21, HM Armed Forces Personnel, and disabled supporters on the higher rate DLA or enhanced PIP. Supporters who are buying disabled tickets are entitled to a free carer ticket and tickets will cost £13 Adults or the relevant age band above.  Pairs of wheelchair and helper tickets are available. The wheelchair user (higher rate) will be charged the disabled concessionary of £13 or relevant age band, with the helper free of charge. 

There are limited disabled parking spaces available which need to be pre-booked by 5pm on the day before the game and will be issued on the first come first served basis for £5. To book yours, please contact The Red and White Shop on 01709 827768. 


All prices exclude booking fees:

  • No booking fees for online purchases at
  • No booking fees apply when buying in person from the Ticket Office
  • Admin fee of £2.50 per transaction (not per ticket), plus a £1 postage fee when booking over the phone


Coaches depart from Layton Road Car Park at 9.30am. Book by phone on 0203 665 7371, Monday to Friday, 12pm-8pm.


Travel Club 

Season Ticket Holders
and Club Members


Prices £22 £24 £27

Join the Bees Travel Club and save on coach fares. Membership is just £25 for the season, free for those 12 and under, and affords members a number of benefits. For further information please email

Supporter coaches and mini-buses can park onsite at the AESSEAL New York Stadium. There is a charge of £25 per coach and £10 per minibus which can be paid on arrival to the car park stewards. 


Find out more information about travelling to The AESSEAL New York Stadium here


More information can be found online here.

Note: All tickets are subject to the Terms and Conditions of issue. The purchase of a ticket constitutes acceptance of these Terms and Conditions and acceptance of the Ground Regulations. Members discount does not apply to away games.

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