JORDAN Archer could play for the first time since August 26 when Millwall return after the international break to face Bolton Wanderers at The Den.
Archer's last appearance was against Rotherham and after being left out of the starting side for the next game against Swansea he was absent from three successive league match-day squads.
Amos, 28, made his league debut against the Swans and has played 15 times this season after his loan move from Bolton in the summer. That agreement includes a clause that he can't play against his parent club.
Amos saved a penalty in the 4-3 defeat to Norwich City on Saturday, his fourth spot-kick save in all competitions this season.
Millwall could face a senior goalkeeper shortage against Phil Parkinson's side. Dave Martin, who kept a clean sheet in his only competitive league appearance for the Lions, went off injured in an under-23 game against Crystal Palace last week. England underage international Ryan Sandford is an option on the bench for Neil Harris. Lions under-18 stopper Joe Wright came on for Martin in the 2-0 defeat to the Eagles.
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