Millwall v Peterborough preview
Alan Dunne misses out for Millwall against a Peterborough side who could recall Gabriel Zakuani.
Last Updated: 12/04/09 2:35pm
Alan Dunne misses out for Millwall against a Peterborough United side who could recall Gabriel Zakuani.
Millwall will be without Dunne due to suspension after he was sent off in the Lions' surprise defeat at Yeovil on Good Friday.
Midfielder Adam Bolder could also be absent for Kenny Jackett's side after he was forced off at half-time in that game through injury.
David Martin, his replacement at Huish Park, is likely to continue should Bolder not make it.
Scott Barron and Neil Harris, who returned at Yeovil after missing the last two matches with a broken nose, will be hoping they did enough from the bench in Somerset to earn a starting berth.
Skipper Paul Robinson is still recovering from a broken metatarsal and fellow defender Richard Duffy remains a doubt with a thigh injury.
Peterborough boss Darren Ferguson has no fresh injury or suspension problems to contend with ahead of his side's trip to the Den to face their automatic promotion rivals.
Tom Williams suffered knee ligament damage in the win at Oldham and will sit out the rest of the campaign so Shane Blackett will continue at left-back.
Fellow defender Craig Morgan is expected to remain out with the toe injury that has sidelined him since the end of January, along with midfielder Lee Frecklington (hamstring).
Key defender Zakuani is expected to be available after a slight groin strain, while Chris Whelpdale is 50/50 due to a similar problem.
The likes of midfielders Sergio Torres and Billy Crook will be hoping to be involved after failing to make it off the bench in recent weeks.
Victory for Peterborough against the third-placed Lions would put Ferguson's side on the brink of automatic promotion.