Millers chief ponders changes

ROTHERHAM United manager Steve Evans won't shy away from making changes despite the team's good run of form.

The Millers notched one of their best wins of the season when beating automatic promotion contenders Leyton Orient at the New York Stadium at the weekend.

The victory keeps Rotherham entrenched firmly in the League One play-off places going into this weekend's visit to Colchester United.

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Evans wants to keep ramping up competition for places and having made a transfer deadline day swoop for Crawley Town winger Nicky Adams last week and with captain Craig Morgan returning to fitness, he will have more more options.

He said: "We made one change for the Orient game and we'll probably make two or three changes for Colchester because they play in a different way.

"Our substitutes on Saturday will have a big part to play in the weeks ahead and the guys that started won't necessarily be the guys that start agaist Colchester.

"Our captain is now back in full training and hopefully by Saturday we will see him back on the team sheet and that's massively important to us."