County's home form is totally different to their away from where they have gone unbeaten in the last 11 games, at home they have lost 3 of the last six, winning just once!]
The Millers make the short trip without skipper Ian Sharps who serves a one match ban after picking up his fifth booking of the season in Saturdays 1-0 win at Wimbledon and Liam Ridehalgh whos parent club Huddersfield won't let him become cup-tied.
Speaking to Radio Sheffield, the gaffer was looking to exploit County's dodgy home form, but is wary of the threat the League One team poses.
"I think we'll go there and give it a go but you have to be careful because it's a one off now. They've got quality all over and they're very good defensively so it'll be a very difficult game for us."
"I've got to the fifth round in the last two years and success in this competition is like a drug."
Former Miller Jamal Campbell-Ryce could feature in the County team after he returned to action in the weekends 2-1 home defeat to Brentford.
Meanwhile, all round scumbag Lee Hughes will be missing after providing the Pie's with a sick note until January.