Rotherham will assess defender Kari Arnason ahead of the visit of Carlisle.
Arnason is back with the club following international duty with Iceland, who just missed out on qualification to the World Cup, and although Arnason is fit, Evans will monitor his mental state.
On-loan striker Nouha Dicko is in line for a debut following his move from Wigan this week and he could partner Alex Revell in attack.
Midfielder David Worrall (groin) is fit after a lengthy absence, but defender Mark Bradley (leg) is rated 50/50.
Carlisle midfielder Prince Buaben and on-loan defender Max Ehmer could return to the side at Rotherham.
Buaben missed the midweek FA Cup replay win against Boreham Wood due to illness, while Ehmer was refused permission to play by his parent club QPR.
Defender Pascal Chimbonda returned from a groin injury on Tuesday night and should continue and striker Lee Miller was also back in action after suspension and will be hoping to retain his place.
Goalkeeper Mark Gillespie (knee) remains sidelined, so manager Graham Kavanagh must decide whether to recall goalkeeper Ben Amos, on
loan from Manchester United, or retain Greg Fleming, who saved a penalty against Boreham Wood.