Last Updated: Thu, 25 Apr 2013 15:06
Rotherham boss Steve Evans insists there's no chance his side will step off the gas in their promotion showdown with Aldershot on Saturday.
The Millers, who have won their last four, only need a point against former boss Andy Scott's side to secure a return to npower League One after a seven-year absence.
The Shots are virtually relegated and need a win and Barnet, AFC Wimbledon and Dagenham to lose, while engineering a six-goal swing in goal difference.
"They are not fighting for anything, they are relegated. There's no point me putting any other spin on it," Evans said.
"Miracles can happen in football, but they are not going to come here and win 6-0 and three other teams lose."
"They will have a freedom to play and that will make them more dangerous, but it will be about what we do on the day.
"There is no complacency because we know the prize. The players know what is at stake. Training in the early part of the week has been as good as it has been all season.
"But we're not complacent. I've issued more warnings than Michael Fish did before the hurricanes because when you think you have achieved in football it has a habit of kicking you."
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