Be natural, Ronnie urges Millers
Separated only on goal difference, second-place County and the third-placed Millers clash in the division's match of the day at Meadow Lane.
Aware of the big-spending Magpies' goal threat, Moore might have been tempted to go and play for a point against a side who have enjoyed a resurgence in form under new boss Steve Cotterill.
But while he admits he'd be content with a draw tomorrow, the Rotherham chief reckons County can be got at.
He said: "We'd be playing to their strengths if we went there and played negatively.
"We need to defend well as a team, but I believe that if you can get at their back four then they are not particularly good.
"We've played 4-4-2 nearly all season and when we've changed it we've been poor. I won't be changing things too much."
Moore reported that right-back Dale Tonge was out for the season with a toe injury.
Another casualty, Stephen Brogan, is on his way back after playing in a private friendly against Mansfield this week.
At the time of writing, Moore was trying to extend Josh Walker's one-month loan spell from Middlesborough which is due to expire this weekend.
Kick-off is 3pm.