Attack works for Mattock

MILLERS defender Joe Mattock believes an attacking approach could be the key to another successful day at Elland Road.

The left-back was part of the team which collected three Championship points there in November, earning Neil Redfearn his first victory in charge and Rotherham's first at Leeds in more than 40 years.

And, he says, it was their willingness to trade caution for boldness which was a key factor.

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Looking forward to tomorrow's return in the FA Cup tie, Mattock told the Advertiser: “We want to get the same result as last time and it's another game where we're going to have to be up for it and on the front foot. That's what we did last time — we really put it on their toes. We didn't go there and sit back, we went and played attacking football and I think it made them shiver and if we could do that again it would be great to make it through to the next round."