Who's in, who's outMillwall manager Steve Lomas could hand full League debuts to Nicky Bailey and Stephen Bywater on Saturday as The Lions travel to Portman Road to take on Ipswich Town.
Bailey came off the bench against Yeovil last week and started Tuesday night's Capital One Cup win alongside Bywater, who looks set to continue between the sticks in place of David Forde (knee). Andy Marshall, who Lomas recruited on a short-term agreement to increase the club's goalkeeping options, is likely to be on the bench.
Lomas also boosted his midfield options on Thursday with the loan signing of Shaun Derry, and the 35-year-old could be in line for his Millwall bow against Mick McCarthy's side. Liam Trotter (knee) still remains sidelined but summer signing Lee Martin, a second-half substitute in the League Cup on Tuesday, will hope to be involved in some capacity against his former club.
Up front, Andy Keogh will hope to build on his goal in Tuesday's 2-1 victory over AFC Wimbledon, and is competing for a starting berth in the forward positions with Steve Morison, Jermaine Easter and Scott McDonald, who, should he start, will also be making his full League debut for Millwall.