RUFC - Marshall before the game with Crewe
Rotherham United take on Crewe Alexandra on Saturday, which brings together the Football Leagues' top scorer, Adam Le Fondre and League Two's joint leading scorers.
Alfie has fifteen league goals while Crewe, along with top of the league, Chesterfield, have scored thirty-five goals home and away in the league. So, it could be an interesting game on Saturday at Gresty Road and Millers winger, and Man of the Match in the win over Oxford last weekend, Marcus Marshall, thinks it's going to be a tough game.
Speaking to rotherhamrecord.co.uk, the former Blackburn Rovers player said, 'They've scored a few goals and not let many in but I always think our away form has been decent. If we play like we know we can then the result can take care of itself.
'The gaffer has set the bar saying we need to finish in the top three and try and we need to get back up there.'
Going into the game on Saturday the Millers are in sixth place on twenty-seven points while the Railwaymen are three places below on twenty-two points.