KENNY Jackett could recall Jimmy Abdou to his midfield for Millwall's FA Cup quarter-final replay against Blackburn Rovers on Wednesday evening.
Abdou was left out of the side that started the goalless draw at The Den after returning to Marseille, France, to be with his son Illyas, who is recovering from leukaemia.
The 28-year-old linked-up with the Lions just in time to take his place on the bench for the game on Sunday but could be reinstated as Jackett's men look to book their place in the last four.
Jack Smith is expected to retain his place in a holding midfield role after his impressive display at the weekend, while Chris Taylor could revert to the left wing.
Millwall are without cup-tied winger Martyn Woolford and the injured James Henry, but the latter's knee injury is not as serious as first feared and he could return within a month.
Blackburn will be without the services of Adam Henley and Bradley Orr after they sustained injuries during the goalless draw at The Den.
Right-back Henley was substituted in the first-half after pulling a hamstring, an injury that looks set to rule him out for the remainder of the season. Henley’s replacement, Orr, cracked a rib.
Rovers are boosted by the possible return of Martin Olsson (eye) to their match-day squad after the Swedish International returned to training, but David Bentley (knee) is a doubt.
Blackburn will be without midfielders Lee Williamson (ankle), Dickson Etuhu (knee), David Jones and Cameron Stewart (both cup-tied) while QPR loanee DJ Campbell is also cup-tied.