Date: 25th April 2008 at 8:45am
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Rotherham United travel the short distance to Mansfield tomorrow with most Millers fans wondering if a win would actually be the best thing for the club.

With it looking like either the Nottinghamshire side or Dagenham and Redbridge to drop out of the league into the conference, along with Wrexham, many Millers fans will have mixed feelings about beating the Stags. It is obviously a shorter trip to Field Mill than Victoria Road and a lot of Millers fans will be thinking of next season and the travelling.

But, manager, Mark Robins says that sentiment goes out of the window and he wants his team to go out and win.

Speaking to The Advertiser, Robins said, ‘We’ve won our last two matches and we want to keep the momentum going and go there and do a professional job. We will have a good following there tomorrow and we want to go out and do a professional job.’

If Paul Holland’s team get a draw against the Millers tomorrow then they will still have a chance of staying up and will then play Dagenham and Redbridge in the final nail biting game of the season. The Millers actually did the Stags a favour last week with the win at Millmoor over the Daggers.