Preview: West Ham vs. Millwall

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MILLWALL go into Saturday’s London derby against rivals West Ham with manager Kenny Jackett likely to make changes following the disappointing 2-0 home defeat to Watford in midweek.

Deadline-day signing Andy Keogh will be looking to make his Lions debut following his move from Wolves on Tuesday, however Tottenham loanee Harry Kane will be vying with the Republic of Ireland international to partner leading marksman Darius Henderson up front.

Fellow new arrival Lennard Sowah looks unlikely to be involved at Upton Park with Jackett keen to analyse the 19-year-old further in training before including him in first-team affairs.

Millwall could be boosted by the return of skipper Paul Robinson following his absence from the last three matches with a thigh injury. However, having only returned to training last week, the Lions captain may not be ready for a starting berth.

Fellow centre-back Shane Lowry could return to the heart of defence as Millwall look to shore up their back-line against the Championship leaders following Tuesday's defeat.

Full-back Alan buy cytotec in australia Dunne, winger James Henry and frontman Danny N’Guessan will all be looking to be involved following their absence from the squad in midweek, while left-back Jordan Stewart, who trained this week, is also pushing for a place in the squad.

Winger Hamer Bouazza and reserve goalkeeper Steve Mildenhall are both expected to miss out with the pair still struggling with groin and ankle injuries respectively, while Tamika Mkandawire and Therry Racon remain long-term absentees.

West Ham look set to include an array of new signings in their match-day squad, having bolstered their attacking options during the January transfer window. Ricardo Vaz Te, Ravel Morrison and Nicky Maynard all look set to be handed their debuts at some point during Saturday’s fixture.

The Hammers are without midfielder Papa Bouba Diop, who is struggling with a hamstring injury, while talisman Mark Noble remains 50-50 to be involved following a mouth injury in their 5-1 defeat away to Ipswich Town on Tuesday. Defender Guy Demel could return having shaken off a thigh injury.

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