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Team News: Emmanuel Ledesma makes first Rotherham start against Blackpool

Emmanuel Ledesma is one of seven changes for Rotherham United as they face Blackpool at the New York Stadium.

Striker Emmanuel Ledesma has been handed his first Rotherham United start in their home game against Blackpool.

Ledesma signed on an emergency loan from Middlesbrough last week but only made the bench for the home game with Birmingham City.

He is one of seven changes for Steve Evans's side, who have slipped to 22nd in the Championship table.

Also starting are Kirk Broadfoot, Paul Green and Matt Derbyshire, while there are debuts for on-loan signings Reece James, Scott Wootton and Tom Lawrence.

Blackpool have made three changes for the trip to Yorkshire, with Nyron Nosworthy, Kevin Foley and Stuart O'Keefe starting.

Rotherham United: Collin, Wooton, Morgan, Broadfoot, James, Ledesma, Green, Smallwood, Pringle, Derbyshire, Lawrence.
Subs: Arnason, Frecklington, Revell, Bowery, Taylor, Clarke-Harris, Thompson.

Blackpool: Lewis, Foley, Nosworthy, Clarke, Kennedy, Eagles, O'Keefe, O'Hara, Perkins, Murphy, Ranger.
Subs: Davies, Orlandi, Delfouneso, Miller, Dunne, Parrish, Waddington.

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Steve Evans, manager of Rotherham United during the Pre Season Friendly match between Rotherham United and Nottingham Forest at The New York Stadium on July 23, 2014
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