Date: 18th January 2008 at 2:57pm
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Rotherham United are currently in third position in League Two but the team have a few tough games ahead of them.

Tomorrow brings Wycombe to Millmoor who are six points and four places behind the Millers, followed by two away games at Chester and a Tuesday night at fifth placed Peterborough. Hereford at home and MK Dons away, the two teams, at the moment, above Rotherham and then it’s an away fixture at tomorrow’s opponents, Wycombe.

Manager, Mark Robins, told The Star, ‘We are starting a tough spell against the top teams but our opponents will also know they are playing a top team . We’ve had some good performances but we have to keep pressing the pedal and maintain or improve our standards.’

Speaking about the United Rotherham Day tomorrow, Robins said, ‘If we get a full house or near it then that will be fantastic. Players get a buzz when they run out and see a near full house. At the last two away games the players were lifted by the support and backing they got. But at the end of it we have to go out there, perform and come back in with the right result.’