NICKY Bailey has returned to full training ahead of Millwall's clash with Fulham.
Bailey sustained a grade one calf tear in the Lions' final pre-season friendly of the summer and missed the opening-day win over Leeds United.
The midfielder was also sidelined for the midweek cup win over Wycombe but has been named in the squad that will travel to Craven Cottage on Saturday.
Magaye Gueye, who was forced off against the Chairboys with bruised ribs, is expected to be passed fit to take his place on the bench.
Despite Bailey's return, boss Ian Holloway has said that he might not make any changes to the side that won 2-0 last weekend.
But Matthew Briggs will drop out of the squad as he serves a one-game suspension.
Ed Upson and Richard Chaplow are still sidelined with muscle strains, though the latter is back in training.
Australian striker Adam Taggart is missing for Fulham with an ankle injury.
£11million-signing Ross McCormack could be left out because of match fitness concerns.