Rotherham will go into Sunday`s game hoping to pick up their third win of the season while Rochdale will be looking for their first away from home.
Andy Warrington will be looking to keep a clean sheet after a deflection midweek sent him the wrong way for Grimsby`s goal.
Despite the result, Dale Manager, Keith Hill, was pleased with his side`s performance against Cheltenham
Mark Robins – Rochdale are a good side and a threat and we have to be ready for that
Rotherham Team News:
Ian Sharps and Jamie Green both received injuries in the win over Grimsby on Tuesday night and are both rated as doubtful. If Sharps is out there it could mean that Pablo Mills drops back into defence. If Green is out then Marc Joseph will deputise. Drewe Broughton is still out with a broken toe.
Player to watch: Adam Le Fondre
Joined the Millers from Rochdale and is in line to make his home debut on Sunday after scoring from the spot on Tuesday night
Rochdale Team News:
Nathan Stanton is available after being suspended for Tuesday`s game and ex Miller Scott Wiseman is also fit. Ex Miller Chris O`Grady has joined Rochdale on loan this week and could well play some part in the game.
Player to watch: Chris O’Grady
If he plays will want to quieten the reception he gets from the Millers` fans
The man in the middle is Gary Sutton from Lincolnshire
The Millers next game is in the Cup away at West Brom on WEDNESDAY, 26th August with a 7..45pm kick off