Ahead of Saturday’s trip to Blackpool, skipper Lee Frecklington says the Millers are working hard to cut out the errors that have cost them points in recent weeks.
Paul Warne’s side have not found goals hard to come by in the first half of the campaign, as they boast one of the country’s leading marksman Kieffer Moore in their ranks, but Frecklington admits that much of their impressive work in the final third has often been undone by lapses in concentration.
Frecklington insisted that the whole team must take the responsibility of defending from the front, as the Millers head to the Lancashire coast to face Gary Bowyer’s Blackpool this weekend.
"We put ourselves in a great position, going one-nil up but we managed to let them back in the game,” Frecklington said on last weekend’s narrow defeat to Bristol Rovers.
“It's something we need to work on because we fought hard in tough conditions. As a team, I thought we did really well. We played the majority of the game in their half.
“We got the goal ahead and I thought that was going to be enough because it was not a day for football, but we let them back in the game.
“It's something we will work on. We need turn it around.”
The Millers are waiting on the news on midfielder Darren Potter who came off during last weekend’s game at Bristol Rovers, whilst Warne faces a decision in attack following Kieffer Moore’s red card.
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