CHRIS Taylor has been passed fit to face Leeds United on Sunday but Millwall boss Kenny Jackett will make a late decision on James Henry.
Taylor was forced off during the win over Derby last week with a back spasm but is fully-fit to face the Yorkshire side.
Taylor and Henry (hamstring) both used a cyrotherapy chamber on Thursday to aid their recoveries but the latter is rated as 50-50 to return.
Jackett, who himself returns to the touchline following a bout of flu, faces a dilemma as to whether Henry or Taylor are ready for an immediate return to action
Liam Feeney and Scott Malone made notable contributions against the Rams and the pair will be pushing for starting positions against Leeds.
However, Sunday's fixture comes too early for forward Darius Henderson, who remains unavailable with a hamstring injury.
The Lions had four players away on international duty this week and are hoping they return from duty injury-free.
David Forde, Andy Keogh (Republic of Ireland), Chris Wood (New Zealand) and Adam Smith (England U21s) all featured for their countries but should be available for selection.
Captain Paul Robinson (hip) and forward John Marquis (groin) have started running outside again and will be looking to return to full training by the end of the month.
Leeds have several first-team players unavailable ahead of their trip to South London.
Centre-back Jason Pearce serves the first of a three-match suspension after his red card in Saturday’s 6-1 defeat to Watford was upheld following an attempted appeal.
Midfielder Michael Brown is also unavailable through suspension after collecting his fifth yellow card of the season in the same fixture and he subsequently serves a one-match ban.
Rudolph Austin is unavailable having sustained an ankle injury against the Hornets while Davide Somma and Leigh Bromby are also sidelined.
However, Scotland international Ross McCormack could make his return from ankle surgery.