Rotherham will again be forced into defensive changes as they aim to end their FA Cup hoodoo.
The Millers kept their first clean sheet in 14 attempts in the 2-0 win over Aldershot last week, but on-loan defenders Guy Branston and Jon Harley have been refused permission to play by parent clubs Bradford and Notts County respectively.
Troy Brown is away on international duty with Wales Under-21s, so Johnny Mullins and Jason Taylor are set to be the central pairing with Tom Newey returning to left-back.
Manager Andy Scott is unlikely to tinker with his side further up the pitch as goalkeeper Jamie Annerson (knee) and defenders Ryan Cresswell (ankle) and Michael Raynes (calf) remain on the sidelines alongside midfielder Mark Bradley (shoulder).
The Millers have a dreadful record in the FA Cup, having won just one tie since 2002.