Rotherham will have skipper Craig Morgan back from suspension for the FA Cup clash with Bradford.
The central defender served a one-match ban during last week's 2-2 draw with Colchester but will return to boss Steve Evans' side.
On-loan striker Matt Tubbs has been given permission to play by Bournemouth but Evans is still waiting to hear back from Bolton regarding Tom Eaves' availability.
Claude Davis (hamstring) is fit after a lengthy absence, but David Worrall (groin) is still around two weeks away from fitness.
Bradford manager Phil Parkinson has virtually a full-strength squad to choose from.
Parkinson has no new injury or suspension worries as the Bantams chase their first win in six matches, but may choose to rest one or two players.
Striker Caleb Folan has made six appearances from the substitutes' bench since arriving at the club in October and could be handed his full debut, while midfielder Jason Kennedy is also pushing for a start.
Matt Taylor and Carl McHugh also provide Parkinson with further options at the back, while fellow defender Andrew Davies (knee) remains the only long-term absentee.