Arnason back for Millers
Rotherham will have Kari Arnason back as Steve Evans' former club Crawley visit New York.
The Iceland international missed last week's impressive 3-0 win at Shrewsbury with a virus, but he has been training this week and should go into Evans' side.
Mark Bradley, normally a right-back, deputised for Arnason, with James Tavernier switching to the right and left-back Joe Skarz earning a recall, so following a clean sheet Evans has a decision to make about the make-up of his back four.
Claude Davis is back from his three-match ban, but Craig Morgan is still 10 days away from a return as he battles a foot injury. New signing Richard Smallwood, a loanee from Middlesbrough, could feature.
Gary Dicker will be added to the Crawley squad.
The midfielder has joined Town on a free transfer from Rochdale and could make an immediate debut at the New York Stadium.
Billy Clarke is available again after completing a three-match ban and should start in attack alongside new strike partner Matt Tubbs, who has extended his loan from Bournemouth until the end of the season.
Veteran midfielder Dannie Bulman remains sidelined with a fractured cheekbone, although he could be back in three weeks once he has a protective mask fitted.