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Rotherham v Leeds: Pick your own starting XI

Rotherham return to action after the international break with the visit to Leeds in a game that has more sub-plots than a best-selling novel.

The Millers entered the two-week hiatus in fine form, picking up four wins from five games, and will hope they have not lost any momentum.

On the plus side, though, the break has at least given chance for the likes of Frazer Richardson, Richard Wood and Jerome Thomas to recover from injury.

So, if you were Neil Warnock, what side would you pick for Steve Evans' first return to New York Stadium?

Select your side using the widget below and then share on Twitter or save to your camera roll on your device by clicking on the arrow.

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