Keep it going, says Andy
The Millers chief was very critical of their hit-and-miss win over Dagenham and Redbridge last Saturday but applauded the players' efforts at Accrington Stanley on Tuesday, where they had to settle for a 1-1 draw due to a controversial late equaliser.
League Two continues to throw up its fair share of shocks, with highly-fancied Crawley being hit for six by surprise packets Morecambe last weekend and then letting in three against a resurgent Swindon in midweek.
The Millers travel down to Devon in joint top spot but Scott doesn't want to his side to be the weekend's fall guys against a Torquay side perched handily in sixth place.
He said: "Anyone can beat anyone else and you have to approach the games properly or you're more likely to be on the wrong end of one of those shocks.
"We'll play the top teams and play exactly the same way we do against the teams down at the bottom because everybody is fighting for something in this league.
"Torquay is a hard place to go at any time. They're a decent side and we have to approach it right, but having seen the way the players have responded to me so far, I don't think there is any question about that.
"They're right up for it and know exactly what they're in for and they know they're capable of winning."
Kick-off at Plainmoor is 3pm.