The Millers got back to winning ways, beating Northampton Town 3-1 in a game which boss Steve Evans say's we could have won by a bigger margin.

Speaking to the press after the game, Evans said; "It was an important win for us. We said it was it was important we matched the physicality of the most direct team in English football, and they have some quality when they do it.

"They are very good, but we stood up to their missile approach and we managed their hustle and bustle and managed to get the ball down and play. I think we were unfortunate it was 3-1 today because it could have been much more, but we would have taken 1-0 or 29-28.

"It was important we had the physicality because that is not one of our strong points. Northampton are the form team of the division and that's no surprise because they have some good players, but we proved when we can get the players out we want to get out we can win football matches.

"At no stage did I feel uncomfortable because we were passing it properly. I said to them at half time be even more brave because we always believe if we can get at teams and pass the ball we can open teams up and it the second half we got two more goals and were unlucky we didn't get four or five."