RICARDO Fuller is poised to make his Millwall debut in the season-opener against Leeds United on Saturday.
The striker, signed on a free transfer from Blackpool this summer, is expected to lead the line for the Lions in the first game of the new Championship campaign.
That could mean £250,000-arrival Lee Gregory will be forced to settle for a place on the bench.
Ian Holloway has lost midfielder Nicky Bailey to a calf strain in the build up to the game.
Bailey started alongside Jimmy Abdou in last Friday's pre-season friendly against Real Mallorca before limping off shortly before half time.
Shaun Williams looks likely to replace Bailey in the side.
Ed Upson and Richard Chaplow are also sidelined with minor muscle strains, but otherwise Holloway has a fully-fit squad to select from.
Alan Dunne was announced as Millwall's new captain on Thursday and would appear to be a guaranteed starter at centre back.
Leeds will be without summer signing Tommaso Bianchi at The Den.
The midfielder has been told he must serve a suspension which he picked up whilst playing in Italy last season.
Former Lions striker Steve Morison is expected to start for the visitors, but winger Aidy White is suffering with an ankle problem.
The Whites have until midday tomorrow to complete a deal for Juventus defender Frederik Sorensen if he is to feature.