Seaside mission for Millers

ROTHERHAM United chase a third straight win at Torquay United tonight with a warning from manager Ronnie Moore.

He wants no repeat of Saturday's lacklustre first-half showing at Burton Albion which very nearly left his side with a mountain to climb.

Trailing 2-1, the Millers survived a penalty miss early in the second half before bouncing back to rescue a 4-2 win, lifting them back into the automatic promotion places in League Two.

Moore said: "There's 14 games left and we're in the top three. The question now is, can we make sure we stay there?

"We got three great points on Saturday and now we've got a toughie to come tonight.

"If we play like we did in the second half at Burton then we have no need to be frightened of anybody but the first half did frighten me because we were lucky to go in at only 2-1 down at half time and could have been out of the game.

"We've got to start better this time."

Moore will be tempted to name an unchanged side but might consider a place for loan player Liam Henderson.

The forward from Watford came on and helped change the game on Saturday and the Millers chief admitted he had given him "food for thought."

Tonight's hosts Torquay need points in their quest for a play-off spot. Kick-off at Plainmoor is 7.45pm.