Rotherham manager Steve Evans faces a selection headache as three key players are ruled out of Swindon's visit the New York Stadium.
David Worrell will miss the clash with a groin injury, while Claude Davis is out with a hamstring problem.
Kari Arnason is also unavailable after being called up by Iceland for international duty.
But Matt Tubbs has shrugged off a knock that kept him out of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy match against York midweek. Tom Eaves has recovered from a virus and Michael O'Connor could be set for a return to the starting line-up after overcoming a groin strain.
Swindon will be without Ryan Harley and Ryan Mason again.
The pair have been sidelined with knee and thigh problems respectively in recent weeks and the Robins will be missing the pair as they look to pick up their first away win of the season in the league.
But goalkeeper Wes Foderingham should be fit for selection after an illness just before kick-off on Tuesday saw him miss their 2-1 win over Plymouth in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy.
Alex Smith and Tijane Reis are still sidelined as Mark Cooper's men look for their ninth victory over Rotherham in the last 11 meetings between the sides.