Defender Kelvin Wilson could return for Rotherham's match with Burton
Rotherham could welcome Kelvin Wilson back into the squad for the visit of Burton.
The defender has not appeared since mid-October due to a leg injury but is now back in full training.
Utility man Greg Halford is also close to a comeback but goalkeeper Lee Camp and Jonson Clarke-Harris (both knee) are long-term absentees.
Kirk Broadfoot (back) was in the squad for the first time since the opening day of the season as the Millers secured a crucial win over fellow strugglers Wigan on Boxing Day and should be involved again.
Albion have doubts over five players ahead of the trip.
Jamie Ward picked up a knock and Kyle McFadzean came off with a groin injury during the 2-1 defeat at Aston Villa on Monday, and both face fitness tests.
Ben Turner missed out at Villa Park with a hamstring problem and will also be assessed along with loan duo Hamza Choudhury (knee) and Will Miller (hamstring).
Rotherham's Boxing Day win left them nine points adrift of 21st-placed Burton.