Stockport v Millwall preview
Stockport will again be without Peter Thompson and Carl Baker, while loan signing James Henry should go straight into Millwall's squad.
Last Updated: 13/02/09 4:48pm
Ninth-placed Stockport will again be without Peter Thompson and Carl Baker for the home clash with promotion rivals Millwall.
The Hatters could close the gap on the sixth-placed Lions to just three points with a win, although they have played two games more.
But Northern Ireland striker Thompson remains sidelined due to a collapsed lung and is not expected to return for another five weeks.
Midfielder Baker had an exploratory operation on his troublesome ankle last week and is unlikely to feature again this season.
The surgeon has subsequently decided that a further operation, set to be performed later this month, will be needed to reconstruct the ankle.
The recovery time is expected to be around five months, meaning that Baker will probably not be fighting fit again until around July.
Boss Jim Gannon, who has no other concerns, could hand on-loan Oldham striker Chris O'Grady a starting role after he impressed as a substitute in the recent 1-0 home defeat against MK Dons.
Millwall should bring loan signing James Henry straight into their squad.
The 19-year-old has joined on a one-month deal from Championship outfit Reading and his arrival could force Chris Hackett to make way.
Marc Laird will also come into the midfield after completing a one-match suspension, but the Lions have no new injuries or suspensions to concern themselves with.
Striker Lewis Grabban remains out with a hamstring problem, while defender Paul Robinson is still sidelined with a long-term metatarsal injury.