Rotherham will be able to welcome back a host of players for their trip to Morecambe in the first League Two game at the Globe Arena.
Loan duo Exodus Geohaghon and Dean Holden missed the 4-1 Carling Cup thumping at Peterborough as their parent clubs denied them permission to play in the competition while midfielder Mark Bradley returns from international duty with Wales.
All three should come back into the squad while striker Tom Elliott could also be involved again after he pulled out of the trip to London Road on the morning of the game with a knee injury.
Tom Pope, Ryan Taylor and Dale Tonge are continued absentees as they all struggle with foot injuries but Johnny Mullins could be in contention as he steps up his recovery from a hamstring problem.
Manager Ronnie Moore will also be hoping to bring in a striker in time for the clash as deals for Ian Thomas-Moore, Jon Macken and Izale McLeod have all seemed to have fallen by the wayside.