Rotherham will look to secure an instant return to the Championship on Saturday lunchtime, whilst Gillingham will look to preserve their League One status.
The Millers looked at one point that they were going to cruise to the League One title and make their biannual return to the Championship. three wins in their last 11 however, has allowed MK Dons to catch up, leaving the jitters of the final day to settle in. Top scorer Michael Smith will be looking to get his 20th goal, despite just getting one goal in his last 11.
Neil Harris’ Gillingham side occupies the final relegation spot heading into the final game of the season. Winless in five, a result here is the only thing that will keep the Gills up, due to having a 14 worse goal difference than Fleetwood.
Michael Smith’s form is concerning for Paul Warne’s side, but when the time matters, we expect Smith to pop up and start the day right for Rotherham.