CHRIS Taylor is expected to be passed fit for Millwall's clash with Birmingham City on Saturday after a minor muscle strain.
Taylor missed both Easter fixtures against Leicester City and Ipswich Town with a groin problem but resumed training in the latter stages of this week and should be able to play some part.
Centre-back Karleigh Osborne (hamstring) is touch-and-go to feature against the Blues and may be given an extra few days to recover ahead of Tuesday's match against Sheffield Wednesday.
Wingers Liam Feeney and Martyn Woolford could be involved after Jackett expressed his desire for more width in his midfield following Monday’s 0-0 draw with the Tractor Boys.
Derby County loanee Nathan Tyson is sidelined with a hamstring strain but James Henry is poised to return to first-team training next week as he steps up his recovery from a knee injury.
Birmingham will be without midfield duo Keith Fahey and Chris Burke. Fahey (hip) and Burke (ankle) have joined Stephen Carr, Marlon King, David Murphy and Will Packwood in the treatment room.
Midfielder Jonathan Spector (ankle) faces a late fitness but Newcastle's Shane Ferguson has had his loan spell extended and is now available for selection against the Lions.