Millwall v Charlton preview
Last Updated: 21/12/16 8:50pm
Millwall boss Neil Harris could shuffle his pack with injury concerns over a trio of his players ahead of the London derby clash at home to Charlton in Sky Bet League One on Wednesday.
Byron Webster is a major doubt with a damaged hamstring which has seen him miss the last three matches in all competitions - including the disappointing defeat at league leaders Scunthorpe on Saturday - so he may not be risked.
Steve Morison came on as a half-time substitute at Scunthorpe for his first appearance since the beginning of November but Harris is unlikely to start the striker as he edges towards full match fitness after a knee injury.
Defender Shaun Hutchinson recovered from a hamstring problem to start in the 3-0 loss but could be rested following an injury-hit start to his Lions career, while striker Harry Smith is available after missing the trip to Lincolnshire with a bereavement.
Karl Robinson will be hoping for a derby victory to open his account as Charlton manager after starting his tenure with a five-match winless streak since joining in November.
Goalkeeper Declan Rudd has been in full training for over a week after recovering from a knee injury but is not ready to return to the starting line-up with Dillon Phillips retaining his place.
Defender Harry Lennon is edging towards a return following a groin problem but Lee Novak is unlikely to feature because of a knee complaint which forced him out of the 2-0 home loss to Peterborough at the weekend.
Jason Pearce will be out for three months after undergoing groin surgery last week while Ricky Holmes (foot), Chris Solly (knee) and Ahmed Kashi (Achilles) and are also unavailable.