Date: 6th November 2007 at 11:30am
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Rotherham United manager, Mark Robins, has told The Star that they ‘fear no one’ in League Two.

But he also added the caution, ‘but, no one should jump to conclussions, we have a lot of hard work ahead of us.’

The Millers have put together an unbeaten run of seven games and tonight’s opponents, Bury have been unbeaten in eight. So, it could be a good battle at Millmoor tonight.
The Millers are in seventh place with twenty-four points while Bury are three places below on twenty.

Robins saw Bury play recently and said ‘they played well. It will be a difficult game but we shall go out and make it just as difficult for them.’

As usual, Robins won’t be naming his team until the last possible minute saying, ‘I will go with what I consider the right team to get us the right result. I know there’s one or two areas where we could do better and I’ve spoken to a couple of players who can help us create more.’

‘We had a target of eleven points for October and we got that and I want at least nine points in November.

‘We already have three under the belt and another three tonight would be excellent.’