IAN Holloway is ensuring his players get plenty of rest ahead of their midweek visit to Wigan.
Millwall face a quick turnaround after Saturday's win at Nottingham Forest and Holloway says recharging batteries in his squad is a top priority.
The last time the Lions had a Tuesday night away game to contend with, against Blackpool in March, they travelled north on the day of the game.
But Holloway has tweaked his side's itinerary for their trip to the DW Stadium.
"I gave them the day off yesterday and I've had no emergency messages from my physio, so that looks good on the injury front," the Lions boss said.
"Normally if someone goes down ill or is injured I would get a call, but there was nothing immediately after the game on Saturday.
"I was a little bit concerned because two or three of them hadn't really played for a while, so I've got everything crossed.
"The only one who I thought looked injured was Owen Garvan – he was limping a little and has a very sore knee sometimes, so we'll have to see how he feels.
"He can normally manage it but I thought he looked a little bit inhibited. Knowing him, he probably tried to carry on regardless."
Holloway added: "I gave the lads an extra break – we didn't train until 1pm this afternoon.
"We'll work the ones that didn't play and do very, very little with the ones that did.
"We are travelling up to the hotel this afternoon and we will walk through some stuff in the morning. The rest of the lads will train properly.
"We didn't do that last time – against Blackpool we went up on the morning of the game – so we're trying to get our preparation right."