Millard (groin) and Ratu (knee) both missed last week’s heavy defeat against Leigh Centurions.
But Crusaders coach Anthony Murray expects Rochdale to be fired up – whoever makes Talbot’s final squad selection.
Murray said: “Ian’s players will certainly have a point to prove after last week.
“But even before we knew that result, we were totally anticipating a tough encounter. Rochdale have had some great wins this year, including a big win at our place.
“They absolutely whitewashed us last time, and there’s a little bit of pride at stake for us as well. I’m sure our players will be thinking about that.”