The Millers have two home games tonight v Torquay, and Monday nights Sky match against Shrewesbury, and Millers boss Ronnie Moore is hoping his team can be back in the top three after the two games. Speaking to the Advertiser firstly Moore spoke of tonight's opponents Torquay saying:
"They're in a false position as far as I'm concerned. They've got some good players but they've not blended as a team. "The lad up front, Chris Zebroski, is a good player at this level. The manager has brought in our old player, Guy Branston, and Mo Camara (from St Mirren) and they've taken another striker, Ashley Barnes, from Plymouth. "No-one has given them a good hiding and it was only because Andy Warrington had a fantastic game that we stayed in it down at their place."If we are not at our best we will be in trouble."
Monday night sees the Millers on Skytv for the clash with on form Shrewsbury Moore said:"We owe Shrewsbury one, It was a horrible, windy, night for the first match. We conceded just before half time and then got caught with another late on when we were chasing the game. We want to put in a performance, especially with it being on telly."
"These two games are winnable. Hopefully by Monday we can be back in the top three"
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