GOALKEEPER Gary Montgomery will make his first start of the season for Rotherham tonight.
The 24-year-old former Coventry player comes in for Neil Cutler, who was concussed during the 1-0 defeat at Scunthorpe.
Much-travelled Cutler, 30, was forced off at half-time, Montgomery replacing him.
Cutler was knocked out following a challenge from Richard Hinds that Millers manager Alan Knill wasn't happy about.
"It would have been a booking for an outfield player on an outfield player," said Knill.
"I thought it was the keeper's ball but the lad went steaming in, and Neil got a boot in the head."
Knill was already missing key men in Michael Keane, Colin Murdock and Paul Hurst.
Midfielder Keane has been struggling with a hamstring problem and has visited the FA's Sports Rehabilitation Unit at Lilleshall.
Northern Ireland player Murdock has a thigh injury and isn't expected back until March.
And fellow defender Hurst is recovering from knee surgery.
The last two clashes between the sides at Millmoor have both finished 1-1.
They took place last season, when Gary Taylor-Fletcher scored for Town, and in 1994-95, when Andy Booth was the man on target.