Rotherham United will hope to secure an all-important win when they play Queens Park Rangers on Wednesday.
Following a 2-0 loss to nearby club Sheffield United at the weekend, in which they had a player sent off, Rotherham currently sit 22nd in the Championship.
With ten games to go, they will be hoping to bounce back against QPR – who are four places and ten points ahead of them in the table.
The last meeting between the sides finished 2-2 in November, with a late QPR goal denying Rotherham three points.
The Millers will be without Will Vaulks, who is suspended for the next three games after being shown a red card after a challenge on Sheffield United’s George Baldock on Saturday.
Rotherham manager Paul Warne is confident the suspension will not prove too much of an issue as the team fight for Championship survival.
“You live off your squad, you don’t live off your starting 11,” he said.
“Will is going to be out of the team, which is a blow, but it allows other people to step forward.”