"We're looking forward to Barnet and we need it go ahead because if we get many more postponements were going to find ourselves playing Saturday-Tuesday-Thursday football."
The Millers are due to travel South this afternoon and an inspection is to be held around 4pm.
The gaffer continued: "Barnet did a smash and grab on us at Don Valley. We know all about the likes of Albert Adomah and Chris Akurang from the first game but it's a different challenge now because they've a caretaker manager (Ian Hendon) whose trying to stamp his authority and he's brought in four of five new players.
"There's experience down the spine of the team and we need to be ready for them, weather permitting of course.
"Against Macclesfield I was pleased with us in defence and attack and we won the battle in midfield. It wasn't pretty but we won and scored two good goals. Now we have to maintain that form until the end of the season."