Ronnie Moore is tipping “a cracking game” when he takes his Rotherham United side to the B2net Stadium for the first time to tackle runaway leaders Chesterfield tomorrow.
“It was a good game at our place earlier in the season, one that could have gone either way, and I think you’ll see two teams going at it,” said Moore.
“With the tv cameras there, a full house and a great following from Rotherham, it’s all set up for a cracking game.
“We’d love to be the party poopers with Chesterfield going so well. These games recently have tended to be close affairs but we can’t afford to let them get their tails up.”
Rotherham’s recent away record is poor with six defeats (and only one win) from the last nine and Moore added; “We’ve conceded the first goal in all of them and it would be nice to be on the front foot for a change.”
Left back Callum Kennedy has extended his stay to the end of the season.