Rotherham United: Evans aims for top-three finish

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ROTHERHAM United manager Steve Evans said there will be no “doom and gloom” because they are not in the top three of League Two.

“I know what people were ready to say about our game at Cheltenham - win it and we’re going up; lose it and we’ll be in the play-offs,” said Evans. “Well, there’ll be no doom and gloom because we’re not up there. We’ve been in and out of the top three a couple of times and we are capable of being in there.”

The 3-0 defeat at Cheltenham leaves the Millers five points adrift of third-placed Burton Albion with a game in hand although that isn’t until April 16 (at Bradford City) and there are plenty of points at stake before then.

They are at home to Exeter on Saturday. The Grecians are two points and two places above Rotherham in fourth.

Tomorrow, Rotherham’s reserves are at home to Oldham at Parkgate (2pm) with some first team players set to figure.