ROTHERHAM United hope for a boost ahead of tonight's clash with Macclesfield Town with skipper Ryan Cresswell back in the reckoning.
Cresswell, who missed Saturday's defeat at Southend with back problems, should return to central defence after coming through training yesterday without any problems.
He will slot into the side - barring any last-minute reaction - to replace Exodus Geohaghon, who has returned to Peterborough.
But the bad news is that Arsenal midfielder Mark Randall will be out for up to six weeks after lasting just 21 minutes of his loan spell.
He made his devbut at Southend but suffered a broken bone in his shoulder after a hefty challenge and will return to the Emirates for treatment.
"It's so disaapointing for the lad," said boss Ronnie Moore.
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