STRIKER Jermaine Easter returns to the Millwall squad for the visit of Reading to The Den on Saturday after serving a three-match suspension.
Easter, sent off against Southend earlier this month, is expected to be named on the bench.
But the Lions will be without defender Shane Lowry, who begins a four-game ban following his sending off in midweek.
Mark Beevers is expected to replace Lowry in the side.
Andy Keogh and Liam Trotter completed loan moves to Blackpool and Bolton respectively on Friday, meaning boss Ian Holloway will be forced to make two further changes.
DJ Campbell, who came off the bench to score the equaliser against Sheffield Wednesday on Tuesday night, is set to make his first start for Millwall.
And Shaun Williams could come in for Trotter in midfield.
New arrival Ed Upson did not sign in time to be eligible to play.
Reading may name an unchanged XI after they thrashed Blackpool.
Danny Guthrie could feature if he can shake off a calf problem but Wayne Bridge, Sean Morrison, Jason Roberts and Mikele Leigertwood remain injured.