Boss Andy Sciott speaks ahead of tomorrow's game with Gillingham. As unbeaten records go on the line at DVS tomorrow, it's second v third as both teams look to continue their impressive early season form. And Scott knows it will probably be his sides toughest test despite good wins at Plymouth and Crewe thus far. “They’ve a lot of experience, are big, powerful, organised and have players who know what’s required to get out at this level,” Scott said in the Star. “They spent £400,000 on players such as Danny Kedwell, Chris Whelpdale and Charlie Lee, and they are going for it which is what you’d expect." The Millers could welcome back Jason Taylor and Ryan Cresswell from knocks and tiredness after they sat out last weekends draw with Barnet.
Related Rotherham United News