IAN Holloway has admitted he could make changes to his starting XI as Millwall prepare to play their fourth game in ten days.
The Lions make the long trip to Sheffield Wednesday on Tuesday night just 72 hours after an energy-sapping 1-0 victory over Fulham at Craven Cottage.
And Holloway is prepared to rotate his squad to ensure Millwall keep up with the gruelling demands of the Championship schedule.
He said: "It's always tough when the fixtures are like this, especially given the energy my lot used up against Fulham, so it's all about recovery.
"I've looked at the other games so I know that we're not the only ones – Watford have got to go to Rotherham – so I can't make excuses or complain.
"To me it would have made sense if we were playing Fulham tonight and we had Sheffield Wednesday on a Saturday, but it doesn't come out that way so let's just get on with it."
Asked whether he was intending to tinker with his line up, Holloway added: "It will be very tough if I play the same team again.
"It's about shared responsibility. I have to be really, really careful and make sure I get the right balance in this game.
"You don't have to fix anything if it ain't broken, but would we have got that performance at Fulham if I'd played them all against Wycombe in midweek? Probably not.
"So can I get another start out of Ricardo Fuller or Scott McDonald, Jimmy Abdou and Alan Dunne? I'll have to think very carefully about it."
Sheffield Wednesday have also made a strong start to the season, winning two and drawing one whilst keeping three clean sheets in the process.
"It's going to be a really tough game," Holloway added. "Wednesday are a good team.
"It will be very different to Fulham on Saturday – they'll try to hit Atdhe Nuhiu and they have got some good movement around him.
"To get a home win and an away win under your belt is great but it's very, very difficult to win back-to-back away games in the Championship, as we found out last year.
"We're in a winning habit at the moment but this will be tough.
"I will look at what Sheffield Wednesday do and their tactics. They'll be 4-4-2 and I don't anticipate too many changes from them. They might even go with two big strikers up front."