Evans expects closer contest today

13 April 2013 08:53
Boss Steve Evans will sit in the stands as he watches his team take on Fleetwood Town and he's expecting a closer game than Tuesday nights.

Fleetwood visit NYS this afternoon and again its a big game for both teams who are both battling at the right end of the division.

Speaking to the Yorkshire Post, boss Steve Evans plans to let his players express themselves; “We went into Exeter, as we’ll go into today’s game with Fleetwood, with the spirits high."

"Experience tells you that you have to keep the players on an even keel, keep the pressure off them and let them concentrate and go out and play. Because we genuinely have some terrific players and when they get the confidence to go forward and play and express themselves they are hard to stop.”

“Obviously, the early goals help you a lot, Goals change games. If we’d have got a clear-cut penalty at Morecambe after six minutes we’d have more than likely got the first goal and won the game comfortably. But regardless, we’re going into these last four games with a team in really good form and that gives you a chance.” he added.

Fleetwood will give the Millers a harder game than Exeter did on Tuesday, despite slipping down the table since thier early season form; “They’re still tough, I saw them share four goals with Gillingham recently. They dominated the champions-elect and should have won 5-2.It will be a much closer affair than Tuesday and I just hope we show the quality and maturity of performance that gets us the win we need.”

Source - YP

Source: MillersMAD.