Rotherham have several injury doubts for Preston match
Rotherham have a number of injury concerns as they aim to end an 11-game winless run in their home match against Preston.
Jon Taylor (knee) and Greg Halford (calf) suffered injuries in the 2-2 draw at Ipswich last weekend and are doubtful for the game.
Lee Frecklington (ankle) missed the game at Portman Road, but has a good chance of returning.
Kirk Broadfoot (foot), Tom Adeyemi (quad), Kelvin Wilson (calf) and Jonson Clarke-Harris (knee) continue to miss out.
Preston are bolstered by the return to fitness of several important players.
Striker Jermaine Beckford scored as a substitute against Newcastle last weekend, his first appearance since August, and is ready for more.
Defender Marnick Vermijl also returned after five weeks out with a hamstring injury late on in that 2-1 defeat and is in contention to start.
Republic of Ireland international Aiden McGeady has been back in full training after a hamstring problem and long-term absentee Stevie May (knee) is closing on a comeback but Alan Browne serves the second of a three-game ban.