Date: 21st November 2008 at 9:47am
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Rotherham United have a derby game with Bradford City tomorrow at Don Valley and Manager, Mark Robins, will be hoping his side can bounce back from the recent losses.

Speaking to The Star, Robins said, ‘We have to take Tuesday night on the chin and come back from it. There were reasons for the other night but at the same time you have to put on a performance.

‘Saturday’s game against Yorkshire rivals is a good one to have. They are a team who are up there and will be well backed and we have to produce the right response to it.’

Speaking to The Advertiser he said, ‘The statistics aren’t good reading at the moment but a good team doesn’t become a bad one overnight. The energy levels just don’t seem to be there right now and without blood tests, which we can’t afford, you can’t tell how tired individual players are. And, they all want to play. Tomorrow, we need to get out there and reaffirm what a good side we are.’

The Millers will be without key players tomorrow and there is a doubt over skipper, Pablo Mills though his Manager said, ‘Hopefully, he will be OK but he knows best how he feels.’