MILLWALL will be without the services of four key players for their lunchtime kick-off against Huddersfield Town on Saturday.
Left-back Shane Lowry picked up his 15th booking of the season again Watford in midweek and will now serve a three-match ban, starting with the visit to the John Smith's Stadium.
Lowry's absence could see Adam Smith moved to left-back, with Alan Dunne returning at right-back, or Mark Beevers switching to the left side, as has previously been the case this season.
Chris Taylor (groin), Liam Trotter (knee) and Sean St Ledger (ankle) are all out but it remains unclear how long the trio will be sidelined for, although the latter could miss the rest of the campaign.
Huddersfield are boosted by the return of full-back Jack Hunt, who should be involved on Saturday having recovered from a hamstring injury.
Terriers winger Danny Ward is struggling with a groin injury, but Keith Southern returned from an Achilles problem in midweek against Blackburn Rovers and should feature.