TONY Craig and Shane Ferguson are doubts for Millwall’s trip to Fleetwood on Monday.
Both players have missed the last two fixtures and boss Neil Harris was hoping they would be able to train on Sunday.
Harris said after Friday’s 3-0 win over Northampton: “They’re still not on the training pitch, hence not in the squad. It would be great if they could do some work with the physio and then get on the training pitch Sunday.
“I keep saying the same thing: the nature of the injuries they’ve got we’re literally looking at one day at a time. They could train Sunday, but maybe not.
“I won’t know until Sunday morning. If they do and get through then they are in consideration for the squad on Monday. If not then they don’t come to Fleetwood.
“The beauty for me with three games to go is we had 18 players in that squad that can all play, and play with quality.
“I’ve got Shane and Tony still to come back into it. At this stage of the season you want fit and hungry players and competition in your squad.”
If Craig and Ferguson are ruled out then Joe Martin, who has played just twice since December and set up Aiden O’Brien’s goal against Northampton, will start at left-back.
"Joe has done well, he’s a solid, reliable man and top professional,” Harris said. “He’s a good footballer but has been unlucky in the second part of the season that Tony Craig has been in outstanding form.
“Joe’s been really patient. He lives his life like a top pro and is getting his chance now.”
Cian Bolger, Jimmy Ryan, Devante Cole and Chris Neal are doubts for Fleetwood.
Millwall beat the Cod Army 2-1 at The Den in October. Fleetwood haven’t won at home since February, but can still go up automatically.
Millwall record against Fleetwood:
Won 2 Drawn 0 Lost 1
Probable Millwall team:
4-4-2: King; Romeo, Webster, Hutchinson, Martin; Wallace, Thompson, Williams, O’Brien; Gregory, Morison.
Fleetwood 9/5 Draw 23/10 Millwall 6/4
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