CARLOS Edwards may make his first start for Millwall in almost a year as the Lions chase a first home win of the season.
Edwards has been out since suffering a serious knee injury against Nottingham Forest last September.
Joe Martin could also be back in the starting line-up for the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy clash after he returned to full training last week.
That gives boss Neil Harris some welcome options in both full-back positions as he has been forced to field Sid Nelson and Tony Craig there this season.
Shane Ferguson, who has had his loan deal extended until January 9, was also brought in to add options at left-back but has missed the last two games with a hamstring injury.
Harris must decide whether to rest the likes of Fred Onyedinma and Steve Morison. Paris Cowan-Hall has impressed in a couple of substitute appearances, while Aiden O’Brien gave the side some much-needed impetus in attack when he came on for Lee Gregory against Chesterfield.
Peterborough, meanwhile, could give a debut to attacker Chris Forrester after he joined them from League of Ireland side St Patrick’s Athletic last week, particularly with doubts surrounding the future of top scorer Marcus Maddison who has been linked with a move away.
Peterborough have made a similar start to their League One campaign, losing three of their first four matches before showing an improvement to draw with unbeaten Gillingham at the weekend.
They went one better than their hosts in the League Cup though, knocking out Crawley before losing to Charlton in the second round.
Sky Bet match odds:
Millwall 13/10 Draw 12/5 Peterborough 2/1
Probable Millwall team:
Archer; Edwards, Nelson, Craig, Martin; Cowan-Hall, Powell, Williams, Upson; O’Brien, Marquis.