Micky Mellon’s men head to South Yorkshire aiming to pick up their first away points of the season against a Millers outfit who sit 14th in the division.
Paul Warne’s hosts slipped to a 1-0 defeat to local rivals Sheffield Wednesday in the Carabao Cup second-round on Wednesday night.
Manager Mellon confirmed in his pre-match press conference Morgan Ferrier will be out for eight weeks with a knee injury he sustained in training.
Boss Mellon will be without Jake Caprice, (ankle) Mark Ellis, (knee) Evan Gumbs (ACL) and Ishmael Miller (hamstring).
One to Watch
The Londoner turned professional at Colchester United in 2011 having come through the Essex side’s youth system and spent time in Non-League with Thurrock, Chelmsford City, Bishop’s Stortford, Kidderminster Harriers, Hayes and Yeading United and Grays Athletic.
Ladapo went onto score 25 goals in 53 outings turning out for Margate which earned him a move to Premier League Crystal Palace in March 2016.
He was later loaned to Oldham Athletic and Shrewsbury Town before he made his Premier League debut for Palace away versus Manchester United at Old Trafford in September 2017 as a substitute.
In January 2018, Ladapo signed for Southend United prior to a switch to Plymouth Argyle six-months later.
Supporters will now be able to pay on the gate at The New York Stadium at an increased price.
Tickets will be available from the away ticket office from 1:30pm and it will be cash only.
The last fixture between the sides came in Sky Bet League One in January 2014, which saw the Millers win 2-1 at Prenton Park.
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Moore started and finished his career at Prenton Park, making over 300 appearances for Rovers and was also in the dugout at TRFC over two separate stays between 2006-2009 and 2012-2014.
The 66-year-old also made 125 appearances for Rotherham over a three-year stint (1980-1983) and was boss at the Millers from 1997-2005 and 2009-2011.