Burnley will have no injury or suspension concerns in their squad when Millwall visit Turf Moor in the Sky Bet Championship.
Both full-back Daniel Lafferty (thigh) and winger Keith Treacy (neck) have been declared fully fit by boss Sean Dyche, who therefore has a full complement of options at his disposal.
Dyche has opted for an unchanged XI in back-to-back games but given Burnley are without a win in their previous three contests, he could consider shuffling his pack as the east Lancashire club aim to keep pace with table-topping Leicester.
Should Burnley avoid defeat at Turf Moor for the 19th straight league game, they will set a new post-war record for the club's longest unbeaten run in home league fixtures.
Simeon Jackson, Ed Upson and Richard Chaplow could be added to the Millwall squad.
Former Norwich striker Jackson joined the Lions last week after being released by German club Eintracht Braunschweig and will be involved providing international clearance comes through in time.
Upson is also in line for his debut having arrived on deadline day from Yeovil while fellow midfielder Chaplow, who began his career at Turf Moor, is fit after three weeks out with a calf problem.
Stephen Bywater continues in goal in place of David Forde (thigh), Dan Shittu is a doubt with a groin strain and Shane Lowry is still suspended.