The boss urges fans to pack out NYS tomorrow as the Millers face another crucial game in their quest for promotion. After three wins on the bounce and a free weekend which saw the top two clubs pull away again, plus wins for Burton and Northampton, the Millers boss appeals for the crowd to help the team to victory in tomorrow's match with York City. Evans told themillers.co.uk: "We need our supporters to turn up in big numbers and create the same noise and atmosphere they did for the Chesterfield match, this for me will be tougher. "On the night patience will be needed and empathy towards the players’ task as York City will certainly make it very difficult for us. My only message is to ask them to be with us now, from the start to finish in every match and by doing that we give the lads every chance of delivering the results we need at really what is 'squeaky bum' time in the season." Evans watched City's 0-0 draw at Oxford on Saturday and also a recent DVD of their game with Gillingham in preparation for the clash. Daniel Nardiello trained yesterday and is fit for selection but Daniel Kearns is still a doubt. Michael O''Connor returns to the squad after a three game suspension.