Date: 12th April 2007 at 12:02pm
Written by:

Both the Millers and the Blues need three points at Millmoor on Saturday – the Millers to aid their faint hopes of staying up and the Blues to help with their play-off hopes.

Carlisle’s manager, Neil McDonald, says if they win and relegate the Millers there will be no sympathy for the South Yorkshire side.

McDonald told the News & Star that Mark Robins will be getting no favours this weekend.

‘We need the three points – we will go there to get them and to be clinical. If that means Rotherham going down, so be it. That’s life. That’s football.

‘They are going to have to earn any points and goals they get and if they are not on song they are going to be in trouble – because we are.

‘It’s a must win game for them and with having a new manager their players will be trying very hard for him. But, we have our own game plan to concentrate on.’