STRIKER Scott McDonald is expected to return to the Millwall side for Saturday's trip to Huddersfield Town in Ian Holloway's first game in charge.
Holloway has revealed he will make two changes to the XI beaten 4-1 by Southend in the FA Cup last weekend, and one of those is enforced by Jermaine Easter's suspension.
McDonald is the obvious replacement and is set to partner Steve Morison in attack.
Captain Paul Robinson returned to full training this week and his return to the back four could account for the other change.
Liam Trotter is given a 50-50 chance to feature after a knee injury, but Scott Malone (ribs) and Liam Feeney (hamstring) are unlikely to be involved.
Huddersfield are hoping to seal a club-record deal for Bradford City frontman Nahki Wells ahead of kick-off tomorrow.
However, James Vaughan (knee), Joel Lynch (hip) and Peter Clarke (knee) are ruled out.