Miller has excelled in the lone striker's role he is expected to fill in Amsterdam and he believes the rest of the players know exactly what is required against one of Europe's top teams.
"We've shown in the past we can go away and get the right result," the Rangers striker said.
"We have been to France and won, everything has to fall for you on the night.
"You have to defend very well and limit them to very few chances, or none at all would be great, and when that one chance or two chances come along for you, you need to make sure you take them.
"We've been put against world-class opposition before and we've dealt with it.
"Sometimes we have been beaten when we've not deserved to get beat, but we have produced good results against France, Italy and Germany, so there is no reason why we can't do it again."