Who's in, who's out
Millwall manager Kenny Jackett is likely to make minimal changes to his starting line-up as The Lions kick-off two tricky away games in the space of four days at Nottingham Forest on Saturday.
Jackett was delighted with the team performance last weekend as his men chalked up a 4-0 success against Huddersfield Town, a result that was not only Millwall's biggest win of the campaign but also produced their first clean sheet too.
However, right-back Alan Dunne picked up a yellow card in that game - his fifth caution of the season - so sits out the City Ground clash as he serves a one-game suspension.
New signing Adam Smith, who penned a three-month loan deal from Spurs on Thursday, is set to go straight into the team in place of Dunney whilst fellow defenders Paul Robinson, Karleigh Osborne and Jack Smith all remain sidelined through injury.
Forest boss Sean O'Driscoll is set to hand Norwich loanee Elliott Ward a full debut in the heart of defence.
Elliott, younger brother of former Lion Darren, is the most likely replacement for Greg Halford who serves a one-match ban for accumulating five bookings.
Adlene Guedioura is back in contention after serving a two-game suspension but Sam Hutchinson (knee) remains sidelined.