MILLERS manager Ronnie Moore is telling his players to be tuned in for a long-awaited return to action at Accrington Stanley this weekend.
The Lancashire club are pulling out the stops to get their Crown Ground fit for tomorrow's League Two clash, offering Rotherham the possibility of their first match in five weeks.
And having seen his side hold onto third spot in League Two despite suffering five straight postponements, Moore says his players should have all the motivation to go out and get a win ahead of Tuesday's first rearranged match against Darlington at Don Valley.
"We've got to get our minds right for tomorrow," said Moore. "We don't want players thinking the match will be off and then suddenly finding it's on. That's when you can get problems. We're approaching it as if we'll by playing.
"It's a tricky one for us because Accrington have beaten all the top teams and it's a tough place to go. The dressing rooms are the smallest in the league and the pitch is never the best, with that slope.
"But having not played for ages, it's a great opportunity for us to grab the bull by the horns and get a win. After tomorrow, four of our next five games are at home."
Last Saturday's postponed home game against Bournemouth has been re-arranged for Tuesday, February 2. (7.45pm).