The Millers, who still have faint hopes of making the play-offs, travel to the Recreation Ground needing to win, but come up against a side who have won 11 of their last 18 games.
"We are looking forward to Aldershot, they are a good side," said Evans. "I have got an outstanding relationship with their manager (Dean Holdsworth), someone who I hold in the highest regard.
"They will be organised, efficient and they are in promotion form. It will be difficult.
"It probably will be tight, they are really difficult at home and are coming off the back of some good results.
"But we will go there and set our camp up and if we have as much of the ball as we did in the last two games I am sure we will be okay."
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