ROTHERHAM United are seeking a hat-trick tomorrow at Cheltenham - of clean sheets!
“We’ve got back-to-back clean sheets which, I’m told, hasn’t happened for exactly a year and that’s the basis of something good to build on,” said manager Andy Scott.
“We have quality going forward and need a foundation of a solid defence which is the basis of a good side. The more clean sheets, the more confidence they breed.”
With one defeat in their last nine league games Rotherham travel to face a Cheltenham side who have climbed to second in League Two and are unbeaten in their last seven.