Rotherham have a couple of injury doubts for Wycombe's visit to the Don Valley.
Striker Ryan Taylor, who has only just returned to the first team fray after a lengthy lay-off with a foot injury, has picked up a thigh strain and is doubtful.
Defender Tom Newey is suffering with a knee injury and will also face a late check ahead of the visit of Gary Waddock's men.
If Newey, who has been ever present in League Two this season for the Millers, does not make it, then Jamie Green should come into the left-back role.
Nick Fenton (calf) and Dale Tonge (foot) remain on the sidelines.
Ronnie Moore's men go into the game on the back of a seven-game unbeaten run in the league, but will be tested by Wycombe who are unbeaten on their travels so far this campaign.
Wycombe boss Gary Waddock could name an unchanged side for the fourth game running.
Waddock saw a three-match winning streak come to an end with a home defeat to Chesterfield last weekend but was nonetheless pleased with the performance and should name the same XI.
Defender Dave Winfield has fully recovered from a bout of illness but is likely to be on the bench again as veteran Chris Westwood continues, while on-loan Reading midfielder Scott Davies will be hoping Waddock gives him the nod.
Midfielder Stuart Green has been ruled out for six weeks after suffering an ankle injury in training, but having yet to feature for the first team this season, he is unlikely to have been involved anyway.
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