Date: 26th April 2013 at 4:18pm
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Rotherham United centre-back Claude Davis says that tomorrow`s game is probably going to be the hardest game of the season.

Claude joined the Millers in January from Crawley Town but his first appearance for the club didn`t go exactly as planned. Claude not only got two yellow cards but he also gave away a penalty two minutes before half-time which gave Bristol Rovers their first goal of three.

But since then the thirty-four year old has endeared himself to the fans having made the centre-back place his own.

Speaking to The Advertiser this week, Claude said, ‘Aldershot need to bear us well to stand a chance of survival and we need a result to be promoted so I think it is the hardest game of the season and one that separates the men from the boys.`

The Millers have won their last four games, scoring nine goals and only having two against and the former Preston North End defender said, ‘We`ve come into form at the right time, although I don`t want to jinx it.

‘We`ve one more game and we need an extra win. I don`t believe in playing for draws and if we approach the game with the same mentality as the last few then we should be alright.`







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