STRIKE duo Andy Keogh and Scott McDonald are expected to be fit for Millwall's match against Derby County on Saturday after recovering from minor knocks.
Keogh had been struggling with a groin injury during the international break but the Lions' top scorer has confirmed he "feels great". Boss Steve Lomas says Keogh has "looked sharp" since returning to training.
Lomas is confident that McDonald, who banged his knee, will feature against the Rams.
Steve Morison has an outside change of returning after surgery, but Lomas is unlikely to risk him. Jermaine Easter is definitely out with a hamstring strain but is targeting a spot on the bench against Blackpool next Tuesday.
Alan Dunne (suspended) and Jack Smith (groin) are sidelined, so right back Paul Connolly is set to make his debut after penning a short-term deal at The Den yesterday.
Millwall's attacking options have been boosted by the arrival of Leicester City's Martyn Waghorn, who will be pushing for his first appearance after training on Thursday and Friday.
Derby striker Jamie Ward could miss out with a groin strain, whilst midfielder Jeff Hendrick (ankle) has joined Shaun Barker and Mark O'Brien (both knee) on the injury list.
Former Den loanee Adam Smith is set to start for Nigel Clough's side.