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Team news for Saturday's League One clash between Rotherham and Wolves at New York Stadium.

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Rotherham manager Steve Evans reports a clean bill of health for the testing home clash with Wolves.

Evans has confirmed that Michael O'Connor (thigh), David Worrall (groin), Joe Skarz (thigh) and Rob Milsom (back) are all fit and available.

But the Scot will have to decide whether to make changes to his side after an impressive win over Bristol City last week consolidated their position in the play-off places.

One man that is certain to play is on-loan Wigan forward Nouha Dicko, who has scored in each of his last four games.

Wolves will be without Kevin McDonald as they travel to Rotherham looking to get back to winning ways.

The midfielder received his fifth booking of the season in last weekend's 2-0 home defeat to MK Dons and now serves an automatic one-match suspension.

Matt Doherty misses out once again due to his hamstring injury but the right-back is scheduled to return to training on Monday ahead of the hectic festive period.

Wanderers make the trip to sixth-placed Rotherham aiming to bounce back having lost successive league games for the first time this season.

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