Ronnie rues dropped points

MILLERS chief Ronnie Moore bemoaned his team's attacking limitations after they were forced to settle for a draw at home to league newcomers Stevenage on Saturday.

Nicky Law's goal in first-half stoppage time was cancelled out by a late equaliser from John Mousinho as the visitors enjoyed the best of the chances in the first ever league clash between the sides.

Moore said: "They had 21 crosses into our box whereas we had only ten.

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"We are the home team and our 'keeper is having to make saves and that is disappointing.

"We should be the team putting the opposition on the back foot when we are at home."

Despite the draw, the Millers' third on the trot in the league, they remain in the automatic promotion positions in League Two ahead of Saturday's trip to Accrington Stanley.

Rotherham, meanwhile, have been drawn at home to Yorkshire rivals Huddersfield Town in the third round of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy.

The League One outfit make the trip to Don Valley in the week commencing November 8.