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Last Updated: 12/02/19 1:55pm
Millwall will hand a late fitness test to Tom Elliott ahead of Tuesday's Sky Bet Championship clash with Sheffield Wednesday.
Striker Elliott suffered a dislocated shoulder against Blackburn last month but is close to returning. Lions manager Neil Harris has no fresh selection concerns following the weekend defeat at Swansea.
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Goalkeeper Ben Amos (finger), right-back Conor McLaughlin (quad) and striker Tom Bradshaw (ACL) remain out.
Wednesday captain Tom Lees is a major doubt for the trip to The Den. Centre-back Lees missed Saturday's goalless draw with Reading because of a shin injury and Owls boss Steve Bruce is not expecting him to return in London.
January signings Dominic Iorfa and Achraf Lazaar may make their debuts, while fellow recent recruit Rolando Aarons is pushing for a first start after coming off the bench in the last two games. Striker Gary Hooper (groin) and midfielders Kieran Lee (hip) and Josh Onomah (hamstring) remain unavailable.
Millwall have won one of their last 10 league matches against Sheffield Wednesday (D3 L6), a 2-1 win at the Den last season.
Sheffield Wednesday have won three of their last four league matches against Millwall (L1).
Millwall have won their last five league matches played on Tuesday, a run stretching back to February 2018 - a 2-1 home win over Sheffield Wednesday.
Sheffield Wednesday have lost their last six league matches against teams from London, including five away games in that time.
Millwall haven't failed to score in three consecutive home league matches since August 2013.
Sheffield Wednesday manager Steve Bruce has lost five of his last six away Championship matches in London (W1), not including his defeat at Wembley in last season's play-off final with Aston Villa.