Millers still missing Richardson
Rotherham are still without Frazer Richardson as they look to earn their first points of the Championship season against Wolves.
Right-back Richardson has missed the opening two games of the season with a foot injury and will be absent for another week while Rob Milsom has picked up a knock and will not feature.
Boss Steve Evans made six changes to his side for Tuesday's Capital One Cup victory over Fleetwood so he could recall the majority of those players at New York.
Paul Taylor, signed on loan for Ipswich is in contention for a debut, but it remains to be seen whether Kieran Agard, who scored a hat-trick against Wolves in the thrilling 6-4 defeat at Molineux in April, will feature after being strongly linked with a move to Leeds.
Wolves boss Kenny Jackett is hoping to have defender Scott Golbourne back after he sat out Tuesday's surprise Capital One Cup loss to Northampton at Molineux with a minor knock.
Summer signing Tommy Rowe has returned to full training following a hairline fracture to his fifth metatarsal in pre-season and will hopefully have a run-out in Monday's under-21 game against West Brom before being considered for first-team duty.
Jackett said: "He's looking at two weeks of training, which includes a game with the under-21s. If he comes through that okay then he'll be a very good addition for us."
Striker Nouha Dicko returns to New York after a successful loan spell with the Millers last season where he scored six goals in five games.