Lions set for Palace clash
The Lions travel to Selhurst Park on Saturday looking to maintain their unbeaten record at the home of The Eagles since returning to the Championship in 2010.
A Theo Robinson goal was enough to secure the three points for Kenny Jackett's men in 2010/11 while last season's encounter finished 0-0.
A 20,000 plus crowd will create a real derby atmosphere as in form Palace attempt to maintain an impressive recent run of form which has seen them go unbeaten in seven, including six wins.
Millwall's form has also picked up of late with away draws at Burnley and Bristol City followed by that home success against Bolton.
The Lions' boss welcomes back Shane Lowry after a one match suspension. Liam Feeney is fit again after an ankle injury as is Karleigh Osborne (calf). Andy Keogh, who suffered concussion in training with the Republic of Ireland last weekend, will be assessed by medical staff before a decision on his fitness is made.
Jonny Williams (groin) is a doubt for Palace while veteran defender Paddy McCarthy is a long-term absentee with a similar problem.
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