Jonson Clarke-Harris and David Worrall have been added to Oldham’s list of absentees prior to Rotherham’s visit to Boundary Park.
Striker Clarke-Harris serves a one-game suspension for the red card he received in the loss to Preston at the weekend, awarded after he handled on the line.
Midfielder Worrall, meanwhile, is ineligible to play against him the team he has joined Latics on loan from.
Winger James Dayton missed out at the weekend with a knee problem and remains a doubt while both central defender Genseric Kusunga (thigh) and midfielder Anton Rodgers (knee) are missing once again.
Rotherham will welcome back Kari Arnason when they travel to Oldham.
The centre-half was on international duty for last Tuesday’s 0-0 draw with Colchester as Iceland played Wales, but he will return to the side at Boundary Park.
The Millers had a free weekend owing to Sheffield United’s exertions in the FA Cup and that time off has allowed Lee Frecklington (head), Claude Davis (ankle) and Wes Thomas (thigh) to regain full fitness.
Evans’ men are unbeaten in 10 League One games and sit in fifth place, though the relentless form of Wolves, Leyton Orient, Brentford and Preston means an assault on the top two seems unlikely.