Accrington manager John Coleman will be without goalkeeper Ian Dunbavin for the visit of promotion-chasing Rotherham to the Crown Ground.
Dunbavin was dismissed in Saturday's 2-1 win over Barnet for tripping midfielder Albert Adomah, meaning he will serve a one-game ban.
Deputy Dean Bouzanis will start in the 29-year-old's place, with Josh Molloy coming into the squad as cover.
Coleman will also be without Bobby Grant, who misses the clash with the Millers due to a hamstring injury.
James McCarten - on loan from Premier League side Everton - could be handed a debut after making the bench in Saturday's victory.
Injured defender Leam Richardson (groin) is unlikely to feature as Stanley look to haul themselves into play-off contention with a win.
Rotherham manager Ronnie Moore could hand a debut to on loan Reading midfielder Abdulai Bell-Baggie.
The 18-year-old winger arrived at the Don Valley Stadium on Friday but had to settle for a place on the bench as an unused substitute for the weekend's 1-0 win over Dagenham.
But Moore could throw the new arrival into the fray for the Millers second successive away game, with Bell-Baggie brought in to cover for the injured Paul Warne and Andy Liddle.
Craig McAllister - on loan from Exeter - made his full debut in Saturday's win and he is set to retain his place.
Moore still has concerns over a host of other players, including Nicky Law, who continues to struggle with a groin problem.
Gavin Gunning (thigh), Jamie Green (ankle) and Stephen Brogan (calf) are all unlikely to feature yet again.
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