Millwall striker will be fit for Hull City clash at The Den

Tom Elliott is set to be available for Millwall’s home game against Hull City tomorrow night – despite going off late on in Saturday’s 2-2 draw at Sunderland.

The striker needed treatment after a challenge with Marc Wilson at the Stadium of Light and was replaced by Steve Morison.

“Tom will be fine,” said Lions manager Neil Harris. “He just got a whack after he threw himself into a 50-50.

“We’ll check the boys today. Hopefully everybody came through fine.”

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