STARTING XIs: Cantwell misses out against Millers as Canaries make three changes
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Todd Cantwell misses out on Norwich City’s battle at Rotherham with a knock picked up in training, as Daniel Farke makes three changes to his starting XI.
Grant Hanley makes his first appearance since March, with Christoph Zimmermann missing out with a minor calf knock, starting alongside Ben Gibson in central defence for the first time.
Adam Idah starts on the left with Onel Hernandez ruled out until January by a groin injury and Jordan Hugill starts up front, with Teemu Pukki starting on the bench after his international action with Finland.
The hosts also make three changes from their 1-1 home draw with Huddersfield prior to the international break, with Clark Robertson, Mickel Miller and Dan Barlaser coming in for George Hirst, Joe Mattock and Kieran Sadlier.
The Millers are a point and six places higher in the early Championship table, with five points from their opening four games after promotion from League One.
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NORWICH (4-2-3-1): Krul; Aarons, Hanley (C), Gibson, Quintilla; Rupp, Skipp; Buendia, Stiepermann, Idah; Hugill. Subs: McGovern (GK), Tettey, McLean, Vrancic, Placheta, Martin, Pukki
ROTHERHAM (4-4-2): Blackman; Harding, Ihiekwe (C), A MacDonald, Robertson; Wiles, Crooks, S MacDonald, Barlaser; Lapado, Miller. Subs: Johansson (GK), Wood, Hirst, Lindsay, Sadlier, Smith, Jozefzoon
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