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AGE CAPS GLS DOMESTIC CLUB
Thor Halldorsson (G) 34 48 -   DenmarkRanders Freja
Runar Runarsson (G) 23 3 -   DenmarkNordsjaelland
Frederik August Schram (G) 23 3 -   DenmarkVestsjaelland
Kari Arnason (D) 35 65 4   ScotlandAberdeen
Orn Eyjolfsson (D) 27 9 1   BulgariaLevski Sofia
Sverrir Ingason (D) 24 18 3   RussiaR. Rostov
Hordur Magnusson (D) 25 14 2   EnglandBristol C
Birkir Saevarsson (D) 33 78 1   SwedenHammarby
Ragnar Sigurdsson (D) 31 75 3   RussiaR. Rostov
Ari Skulason (D) 31 54 -   BelgiumLokeren
Birkir Bjarnason (M) 30 65 9   EnglandAston Villa
Samuel Kari Fridjonsson (M) 22 3 -   NorwayValerenga
Rurik Gislason (M) 30 45 3   GermanySV Sandhausen
Albert Gudmundsson (M) 20 4 3   NetherlandsPSV Eindhoven
Johann Berg Gudmundsson (M) 27 65 7   EnglandBurnley
Aron Gunnarsson (M) 29 77 2   WalesCardiff
Emil Hallfredsson (M) 33 62 1   ItalyUdinese
Gylfi Sigurdsson (M) 28 55 18   EnglandEverton
Olafur Ingi Skulason (M) 35 35 1   TurkeyKardemir
Arnor Ingvi Traustason (M) 25 18 5   SwedenMalmo
Jon Dadi Bodvarsson (F) 26 36 2   EnglandReading
Alfred Finnbogason (F) 29 45 11   GermanyAugsburg
Bjorn Bergmann Sigurdarson (F) 27 11 1   RussiaR. Rostov
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Rotherham v Shrewsbury

Home Win Draw Away Win
Key stats
  • Shrewsbury won just one of their last six league games
Expert verdict
Shrewsbury mixed it with Wigan and Blackburn before eventually falling away in the battle for automatic promotion but they face a tough task in denying Rotherham an immediate return to the Championship. The Millers finished the season in fine form and were dominant as they ran out 4-2 aggregate winners against Scunthorpe to book their place at Wembley. Shrewsbury were dogged and determined as they beat Charlton but Paul Warne’s team defeated the Shrews 1-0 at New Meadow in February and the result was merited.