While Stanley will look to get over their barren run of five games without a win.
In his pre-match press conference, the Millers manager said that they would manage the minutes of new loan signing from Arsenal, Jordi Osei-Tutu and defender Joe Mattock.
He will be assessed before the weekend’s match, if he isn’t fit enough to start, Joel Mumbongo on loan from Burnley may start his fourth match of the season.
Rotherham United: Vickers, Harding, Wood, Ihiekwe, Ogbene, Barlaser, Rathbone, Wiles, Miller, Smith, Grigg
Accrington Stanley: Savin, Clark, Nottingham, Sykes, Amankwah, Pell, Butcher, Hamilton, McConville, O’Sullivan, Mumbongo
Rotherham come into this weekends clash after a big win midweek against struggling Doncaster Rovers.
This was the Yorkshire sides third league win in a row and saw them create a three point gap at the top of the table.
Accrington Stanley on the other hand came back from two goals down to draw with local rivals Morecambe on Saturday.
The draw meant Stanley haven’t won in their last five league games, their last win came against Saturday’s opposition on Boxing Day.
Ones to watch:
Michael Smith is the Millers' top goal scorer this season with 16 goals in League One as well as six assists to his name.
Rotherham are the league's top goal scorers this season and Smith will be hoping to help his side extend that statistic this weekend.
The man that will be tasked with trying to keep red hot Rotherham and Smith quiet will be Stanley’s 6’3” centre half Michael Nottingham.
The 32-year-old defender has been an ever present in the Accrington defence this season and has come up with four goals of his own.
The last time Stanley kept a clean sheet was the December 29, so Nottingham will be hoping to put that right and earn his side six points across the two meetings this season against the league leaders.
These teams last faced each other on Boxing day where Accrington Stanley ran out 1-0 winners at the Wham Stadium thanks to a goal by midfielder Sean McConville.
Rotherham however have won ten out of their 17 matches against each other while Stanley have won four, with the other three games ending in draws.
Where to watch on TV
This game isn’t being broadcast live on TV but fans outside of the UK and Ireland can watch the game using their club’s iFollow service.