Cameron Humphreys facing a month out for Rotherham United but there's better news on Cohen Bramall

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ROTHERHAM United expect to be without injury victim Cameron Humphreys until after the international break.

That means the centre-half won't play again until early October following his hamstring pull in last weekend's Championship win over Birmingham City.

The Millers were today waiting for the results of a scan to come back but manager Paul Warne is already anticipating the length of the absence of the summer signing who has done well on the left side of a three-man backline.

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"I think he is out until the international break," the boss said. "I don't think we will see him in the next five games.

"He's been excellent, exactly what we wanted. Losing him is a massive disappointment. It's next man up now."

The break begins on September 18 and runs for a fortnight until the October 1 visit of Wigan Athletic.

Cohen Bramall also underwent a scan after coming off against the Blues with a hamstring issue.

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The results have shown there is little damage and the wing-back could possibly be involved in the Wednesday trip to Sunderland.

"He hasn't done anything too bad, which is good news," Warne said. "I have to make a decision on whether I'm going to let him play a part tomorrow night."

Lee Peltier is the likely replacement for Humphreys at the Stadium of Light.