JAMES Henry is set to make his return from a knee injury when Millwall face Sheffield Wednesday at The Den on Tuesday night.
Henry, who had been expected to miss the rest of the season with ligament damage, resumed full training last week and will be included in the squad to face the Owls.
But Southampton loanee Richard Chaplow will play no part after hobbling off against Birmingham City on Saturday with suspected ankle ligament damage.
Chaplow's absence could see Crystal Palace loanee Jermaine Easter return to the side with manager Jackett expected to name two strikers in his starting XI.
The Lions are bolstered by the return of defender Karleigh Osborne from a hamstring injury, while Chelsea midfielder George Saville has been tipped to feature.
Forward Shaun Batt may also return to the reckoning having been recalled from his loan spell with Leyton Orient, for whom he scored three goals in 13 appearances.
Sheffield Wednesday are sweating on the fitness of a trio of first-team players ahead of their visit to The Den – their first since 2006.
Jermaine Johnson (hamstring), Seyi Olofinjana and Stuart Holden (both knee) have been carrying knocks and manager Dave Jones may be forced to shuffle his pack.
Loanees Steve Howard and Danny Pugh are both pushing for recalls to the side, while forward Gary Madine (hamstring) is unlikely to be available.