THERE will be twists and turns in the League Two promotion race.
That’s the view, and a warning, from Rotherham United manager Ronnie Moore whose side face second-bottom Barnet at Don Valley Stadium this afternoon.
“It’s what they call the business end of the season and we are closing in fast on the end of it but there’s still a plenty to do and you can be sure everything won’t run smoothly for all those teams involved,” said Moore.
“The only thing you can be sure of is that there will be twists and turns, results will probably go against teams when they don’t expect it.
“It won’t be the end of the earth if you lose or don’t win and there’ll be times when teams come off with less than what they want and find others haven’t won either.
“From our point of view, it’s about doing our job and I do believe that if we do our bit then we can finish in the top three.”
Moore says plenty of what he saw at Burton and Torquay convinces him they have what it takes.
“Play at that tempo and I don’t see teams living with us,” he said.
“You need a bit of luck as well. Had Burton’s penalty gone in we probably wouldn’t have won. Then, on Tuesday at Torquay, we miss a penalty and I think we’d have gone on and won had it gone in.”