Millwall will check on Richard Chaplow and Scott McDonald ahead of the visit of QPR.
Midfielder Chaplow (groin) and striker McDonald (knee) both missed the 5-2 defeat at Bournemouth before the international break but have since returned to training.
Alan Dunne is suspended after his second red card of the season at Dean Court so Paul Connolly is set to deputise at right-back again, while centre-half Mark Beevers remains sidelined by a knee injury.
The match sees Lions boss Steve Lomas come up against his old manager at West Ham, Harry Redknapp, for the first time.
QPR will be without Tom Carroll when they make the trip across London.
The on-loan Tottenham midfielder suffered an ankle injury playing for England Under-21s earlier this week.
Winger Matt Phillips could return after missing the last two matches with an arm injury.
But boss Harry Redknapp is still without goalkeeper Julio Cesar (finger), defender Nedum Onouha (hamstring) and strikers Bobby Zamora and Andy Johnson (both knee).