The Millers had been on decent form recently, including an emphatic 0-3 win over Middlesbrough this time last week, however, they suffered a home defeat at the hands of Swansea City on Saturday, so will be looking to bounce back.
Meanwhile, Derby have gone on a three-game winning streak for the first time since July, beating Bournemouth, Queens Park Rangers, and Bristol City on the weekend.
Rotherham will be without midfielder Dan Barlaser as he is isolating with Covid-19. Chiedozie Ogbene and Joe Mattock are both out injured. Clark Robertson, Ryan Giles and Freddie Ladapo are all in contention to start.
Blackman; Olosunde, Robertson, A MacDonald, Ihiekwe, Giles, Wiles, S MacDonald, Lindsay, Crooks, Ladapo.
Marshall; Byrne, Wisdom, Clarke, Buchanan, Shinnie, Bird, Knight, Sibley, Jozwiak, Kazim-Richards.
Ones to watch
The centre back was a key player for them last term and has stopped up to this level admirably. The 28-year-old has the second-most clearances per game and the most interceptions per game for Rotherham which shows h good of a defender he is.
The Turk arrived on a free in the summer from Pachuca as a replacement for the departing Chris Martin and most had written him off before he stepped onto the pitch. Six months later and he is arguably the fan favourite. A leader on and off the pitch, he has also scored some crucial goals for the Rams, including the winner against Bristol City.
How to watch
This match will kick-off at 19:00 pm on Tuesday, February 2nd, and is available to watch by purchasing an iFollow pass for £10.