WANDERERS are approaching a sell-out at Rotherham United on Saturday.

Just under 200 tickets remained in an allocation of 2,500 at the New York Stadium as The Bolton News went to press last night.

There has been a big demand from fans to see Keith Hill’s first league game in charge of the Whites – which is also likely to include debuts for several new signings.

Wanderers have never won at the Millers’ new stadium and last claimed three points at their old Millmoor base in 1966 – a month after England had lifted the World Cup.

Rotherham striker Freddie Ladapo admits it is difficult to know what to expect from Bolton this weekend but he expects them to be a stronger prospect than they might have been in the opening few weeks of the campaign.

“You can't prepare for it easily, that is for sure,” Ladapo told the club’s official website.

“Whatever it was before, it clearly won't be the same now. They've had their problems and it's good for them to overcome them because you don't want to see that happen to any other club, but we just need to be focused and whatever team they put out, we're ready to beat it."