A 3-1 victory over Queens Park Rangers on April 13 suggested Rotherham were about to reel in Derby, Coventry or Huddersfield, but four successive defeats since then has restored a sense of pessimism at the New York Stadium. The fact that Rotherham have played four times since that win against QPR is part of the problem. Warne’s team are showing signs of mental and physical fatigue, which is understandable given the fixture pile-up they are grappling with. It will take a huge effort for the Yorkshire outfit to pull clear of trouble at this late stage of the campaign, but victory on Tuesday would give Rotherham renewed belief.
Unusually, the four teams competing in the Championship play-offs are confirmed with two games left to play. The order can still change, but Brentford, Bournemouth, Swansea and Barnsley will be competing in the end-of-season tournament. The Bees are the favourites to win promotion to the Premier League alongside Norwich and Watford, and Saturday’s 1-0 victory over Bournemouth will have done their confidence no harm. Two wins from their last three games would guarantee Thomas Frank’s side a second consecutive third-place finish.
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Brentford v Rotherham United live stream: how to watch the Championship wherever you are in the world(Image credit: PA) Brentford v Rotherham United live stream, Sky Sports, Tuesday 27 April, 7pm BSTRotherham are running out of time to climb out of the bottom three of the Championship, with Tuesday’s game against Brentford likely to be crucial to their survival hopes. Paul Warne’s side have two games in hand on the teams around them, but a four-point deficit separating them from 21st means the Millers have plenty of work to do to preserve their second-tier status.