Rotherham have doubts over Ryan Taylor and Nicky Law for their must-win clash with Gillingham.

Taylor suffered a back injury in Good Friday`s disappointing 2-2 draw with Northampton after scoring the Millers` second goal and is rated highly doubtful.

Law sustained an ankle problem in a challenge and had to come off in the second half at Sixfields as Andy Scott`s men threw away a two-goal lead which has further harmed their chances of making the play-offs.

Both men went in to see physio Dennis Circuit on Saturday to give themselves the best chance of making Monday`s game at Don Valley.

Andy Warrington remains a doubt after missing the last three matches with a foot problem and Johnny Mullins is a long-term absentee following surgery to repair a dislocated knee-cap.

Kevin Maher could return for Gillingham as they look to get their play-off push back on track.

The experienced midfielder was given a rest on Saturday as Barnet thumped the Gills 4-2 but he is set for a recall by boss Andy Hessenthaler.

Midfielder Curtis Weston missed out at the weekend with a recurrence of his knee problem and he is unlikely to be pushed straight back in.

Striker Dennis Oli remains sidelined with a recurring hamstring problem that has blighted his season, while Stefan Payne also misses out again with a knock.

Joe Martin - son of former England defender Alvin - also missed out against Barnet with an injury so John Nutter is in line to start again.

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