Lee Frecklington back to boost Rotherham
Rotherham will have skipper Lee Frecklington back for the home game against QPR as they aim to end a 14-game winless run.
Frecklington has missed the last three matches with a groin injury but will feature for Paul Warne's Millers, who have not won since August.
Peter Odemwingie sits out the second game a three-match ban while goalkeeper Lee Camp (knee) and defender Kelvin Wilson (leg) will be assessed.
Aimen Belaid will "play a part" having not featured since January, but Scott Allan is back at Celtic receiving treatment on a knee problem.
QPR will be without James Perch through suspension following his red card in the 2-1 defeat by Wolves last week.
Fellow defenders Steven Caulker (hip) and Jack Robinson (hamstring) are battling to overcome injuries and will be assessed.
Winger Jamie Mackie has resumed training but is unlikely to be risked.
The former Scotland international has not featured this season after suffering ankle ligament damage in July.