Miller: I'll Be Fit
Friday, 8th Apr 2005 14:52
Midfielder Tommy Miller says he's confident he will be fit to face Wolves at Molineux in Monday night's live Sky game. Miller has a calf injury which has kept him out of training this week.
Town's penalty king told TWTD: "I would have thought I'll be OK. I've left it today, but hopefully I'll train on Sunday and I'll be fine.
"I got a kick on it just after half-time against Derby in a tackle with Marcus Tudgay. He caught us and I've been struggling a bit since then on. It wasn't getting any better as the Rotherham game went on, so I had to come off.
"I've had a few needles in it and a bit of ice and hopefully I'll be OK for Monday."
Miller, who will be a guest of former club Hartlepool United for their game at Colchester United on Saturday, rates Molineux as a tricky place to visit: "It's a difficult ground to go to. They've underachieved, them and Leeds, because with the players they've got they should be in a better position in the league.
"It's going to be a hard game, it's looking increasingly unlikely that they aren't going to make the play-offs, but they are still going to want to beat us. But they are all going to be hard games from now on."
The full interview with Tommy will appear in issue 77 of TWTD which will be out for the Sunderland game.
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