By Richard Cawley
Millwall have no fresh injury worries for Saturday’s trip to Birmingham City.
The Lions are bidding for a third straight win over the Blues but will once again by missing Byron Webster and Aiden O’Brien.
Centre-back Webster is facing a race to be fit before the end of the season after knee surgery.
O’Brien suffered ankle ligament damage in last month’s win at Leeds United.
“Aiden and Webby are still no good but we have no other problems,” said Millwall manager Neil Harris.
“Aiden is still not back on his feet. You are probably looking at another three weeks yet.”
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