Rotherham travel to MK Dons on the back of a 0-0 draw at home to fellow promotion chasers Wycombe Wanderers. 

MK Dons, who sit just one place below Rotherham in the league, head into the game in sixth place with The Millers in fifth. Both teams sit in the League One playoffs and hope to end their season there.

The Dons won their last match after coming from behind to beat Wigan Athletic 2-1 on Tuesday.

Rotherham, too, are unbeaten in seven league matches (W4 D3) since their last defeat to Fleetwood Town on September 11.

The Millers have won their last two away from home, and will fancy their chances against MK Dons who have lost two of their last four league games.

One standout player the Millers must be wary of is MK Dons’ Scott Twine, who has created 30 chances from open play in League One this season, more than any other player 

Rotherham should be confident as they have won three of their last five against The Dons, with two of those victories coming away from home.

Rotherham manager, Paul Warne, has confirmed their only absentee is defender Michael Ihiekwe, who missed the Wycombe game after getting a knock against Portsmouth last week.

Kick-off between the sides is 3PM Saturday 23rd October at the Stadium MK.