Three of Rotherham United’s biggest fans have unequivocally backed the Millers to beat the drop, by coming out on top against Reading tonight.
Celebrity duo, the Chuckle Brothers, Paul and Barry Elliot believe Steve Evans men will stave off their drop and that opinion has been backed up by legendary former boss Ronnie Moore.
Speaking at The Star Football Awards, Paul Elliott said: “It really is a big one. I think we’re going to do it, I really do. We’re playing really well, all season we’ve played great. We’ve been robbed dozens of times, I know it’s an old cliche.
“Reading have got to be feeling out on their boots. They’ve lost in the semi-fional in the cup, they’ve got nothing to play for at all, they’ve got beaten at home on Saturday and they’re playing us. Surely they’re not going to (be going) flat out). I think we’ll hammer them.”
Moore, who became the fourth inductee to the Hall of Fame at the award added: “I think they’ll stay up. Millwall have got to beat Wolves in the last game of the season and I can’t see that happening. I think Rotherham will get something out of the game (against Reading), I think they’ll be fine.
“When I got promotion when I was there we stayed up on goal difference but I think there’ll be points in hand. I know everyone is nervous at this moment but I think they’ll be ok.”