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Last Updated: 26/11/18 7:00pm
Rotherham continue to be without long-term injuries Sean Raggett and Darren Potter for their match against QPR on Tuesday.
Potter is recovering from an ankle injury and is expected to be out for several more months, while Raggett has recently returned to full training after his ankle operation but is unlikely to feature.
The Millers have not lost at home since August and are currently unbeaten in six Championship matches. On the latest injury news, manager Paul Warne said: "There are no (new) injury concerns which is good, so it's a clean bill of health."
QPR will have Geoff Cameron back as they continue their push for a spot in the promotion places at the New York Stadium. Cameron missed the match against Stoke as the on-loan American was ineligible to play against his parent club on Saturday.
Tomer Hemed is pushing for a place in the starting line-up after he came off the bench at the weekend. The Israel striker had missed the previous two games with a groin injury.
Rotherham have won one of their last nine matches in all competitions against QPR (D3 L5), a 1-0 win in December 2016.
QPR's last away league win at Rotherham was in January 2016, a 3-0 win with goals from Junior Hoilett, Matt Phillips and Sebastien Polter.
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Since losing their first four league games of the season, only Norwich (32) have won more points in the Championship than QPR (27).
Rotherham have drawn seven of their last nine Championship fixtures (W1 L1).
Steve McClaren has won his last eight matches against managers called Paul, including three this season - Cook (1-0 v Wigan), Clement (1-0 v Reading) and Hurst (2-0 v Ipswich).
David Prutton predicts: 2-2 (14/1 with Sky Bet)