Murray Wallace and George Evans are both injury doubts for Millwall’s Championship match at Middlesbrough this weekend.
Versatile Scottish defender Wallace has a minor knee injury which is unlikely to see him resume training until towards the end of the week.
Evans has recovered from a calf strain but also recently broke his hand.
“George has trained and will continue to train this week,” said Lions boss Gary Rowett. “He still has an issue with his hand but it didn’t stop him playing before or wanting to play before. His calf is okay.
“Murray tweaked his knee a little bit in the last game. He got through the game but felt a little bit stiff on the Monday morning. He had a scan and it is a mild injury – nevertheless it can be 10 days to two weeks.
“The plan is that if everything goes well he should train Thursday. Then it’s just going to be that he has missed quite a bit of training.”
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