Rotherham could hand a belated debut to Liam Darville for the visit of Port Vale.

The Leeds loanee recently joined on loan until the end of the season but failed to make the squad for the 1-0 defeat at Notts County last time out.

But the 19-year-old is fit and available for selection should manager Ronnie Moore choose to call upon him.

Nick Fenton was named on the bench last weekend after recovering quicker than expected from a calf problem and he should retain his place in the Millers squad, while Josh Walker shook off a knee injury to play the full 90 minutes against the Magpies.

But defender Dale Tonge is still several weeks away from a return as he continues to battle against a foot injury.

Lee Molyneux will be included in Port Vale`s squad for their trip to fourth-placed Rotherham.

The left-back, who signed on loan from Southampton on the final day of the emergency window, missed last weekend`s disappointing derby defeat against Crewe through a lack of match fitness.

But he played 90 minutes for the reserves in midweek and is available to face the Millers, although it remains to be seen whether manager Micky Adams will go with him from the off at the Don Valley Stadium.

Chris Martin can expect to keep his place in goal having got the nod ahead of Joe Anyon against the Alex after his costly error versus Cheltenham the week previous.

Adam Yates, Louis Dodds, Doug Loft, Sean Rigg and Simon Richman all represent possible changes to Adams should he opt to freshen things up, with the latter three all finding the net for the reserves on Monday night.

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