The Valentine’s Day clash should see the Lions name a relatively unchanged line-up from the weekend as they look to distance themselves further from the relegation zone.
Millwall manager Kenny Jackett may, however, be tempted to shuffle his attacking options following the Lions' goal-scoring blank on the weekend against Derby; the eighteenth time this season that Millwall have failed to find the net in a fixture.
Frontman Andy Keogh and winger Liam Feeney will be pushing for recalls to the first-team with the former looking to open his tally for the Lions this season.
Midfielder Jimmy Abdou looks likely to miss out again with a knee injury, although Algerian international Hamer Bouazza will be pushing for a recall to the squad generic for lexapro citalopram having fully recovered from a groin injury.
Goalkeeper Steve Mildenhall returned to first-team training this week following an ankle injury and may replace Ryan Allsop as the substitute 'keeper.
Left-back Lennard Sowah is again unlikely to beinvolved with manager Kenny Jackett still assessing the 19-year-old in training, while Therry Racon and Tam Mkandawire remain unavailable.
Brighton welcome back highly-rated centre-half Lewis Dunk to their match-day squad, with the defender having recovered from a virus which had seen him miss Saturday’s impressive 2-1 away win at Leeds United.
The Seagulls will, however, be without midfielder Matt Sparrow, who serves the second of a three-match suspension following his sending-off at Leicester City ten days ago. Gary Dicker and Tommy Elphick remain long-term absentees.
The Lions will be looking to make it back-to-back away wins with a much-needed victory at the Amex and in the process end Brighton’s unbeaten start to 2012.