Rotherham will still be without defender Richard Naylor for the home clash with Torquay.
The veteran centre-half has missed the last three games with a knee injury, which is worse than first feared and he must now see a specialist in order to get to the bottom of the problem.
Left-back Scott Griffiths has missed the last two games through personal reasons and then a knee injury and he will be checked on after training on Monday.
Gareth Evans played 45 minutes in Saturday's 1-0 win over Plymouth as he continues his comeback from a problematic back injury, with manager Andy Scott hinting he could be thrown in from the off.
Striker Shaun Harrad will be unavailable after his month's loan from Bury ended at the weekend and he returned to Gigg Lane with the two clubs unable to negotiate an extension.
The Millers can move to within two points of the play-offs if they beat the Gulls, though that will be no easy task as Martin Ling's side arrive at Don Valley with just two defeats from their last 14.
Meanwhile, Torquay boss Martin Ling takes a full strength squad to Rotherham.
Kevin Nicholson provides the Gulls' only doubt after taking a heavy knock in Saturday's 2-2 draw with Bristol Rovers, but the left-back is expected to travel to the Don Valley Stadium.
Attacking midfielder Danny Stevens is now fully fit, playing an hour against the Pirates without suffering any recurrence of his troublesome ankle injury.
Chris McPhee lost his place in the squad as Ryan Jarvis made way for Stevens, so the two strikers will vie for a place on the bench.
Lee Mansell fired a brace against the Gas and will continue to lead the forward line alongside Rene Howe.
Ling's charges sit just one point outside of the automatic promotion places and have taken 15 points from a potential 18 in their last six games on the road.