Rotherham manager Andy Scott has a selection headache of the right kind for the clash with Bristol Rovers.
The Millers are unbeaten in the last four games and having kept the same side for three of those, Scott opted to make two changes for Tuesday's 0-0 draw at Gillingham.
Richard Naylor and Kieron Cadogan were the men to miss out and will go head-to-head with Michael Raynes and Lewis Grabban respectively to earn their shirts back.
Gareth Evans is upping his rehabilitation from a back injury but, although he is training again, he will not feature against Mark McGhee's men.
Luke Foster (knee) is the only other absentee while goalkeeper Jamie Annerson, who has recently recovered from a serious knee injury, has joined League Two rivals Bradford on loan.
Meanwhile, Mark McGhee has defensive concerns for Bristol Rovers.
Gary Sawyer will miss a further fortnight with a hamstring problem, with fellow defender Aaron Downes on the sidelines for at least a month with knee cartilage damage.
Goalkeeper Michael Poke is set to feature for the Pirates for the last time with his loan from Brighton due to expire.
McGhee is exploring the option of extending the 26-year-old's stay at the Memorial Stadium but has not closed the door on a swift return to action for former number one keeper Scott Bevan.
He told Gas Player: "If Pokey goes we can look for someone else or Scott can step up. He's got to show me that he's the man, and if he wants the opportunity he can have it."
Defender Adam Virgo (knee) and midfielder Wayne Brown (ankle) remain long-term absentees.
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