Millwall will be looking to make it four games without defeat tomorrow afternoon when they take on Birmingham City at St. Andrew’s.
The Lions have amassed seven points from their last three games, and currently sit just five points off the play-off places.
Gary Rowett’s side travel to his former employers in the West Midlands looking for just their second win away from home all season.
Millwall’s upcoming opponents Birmingham go into the game on a poor run of form, having not won in their last four league games under Pep Clotet. Their most result was a 1-1 draw against Sheffield Wednesday at Hillsborough.
Here we take a look at the latest injury news from the Millwall camp, and when the players are expected to return to the field for The Lions…
The 27-year-old defensive midfielder has been missing since Millwall’s win against Leeds with a knee injury. He has made ten league appearances for the Lions so far this season,
Leonard missed the midweek draw at home to Wigan Athletic, and it is likely he will be sidelined once again for the trip to St. Andrew’s.
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The 28-year-old is set for an extended period on the sidelines for the Lions. He last featured for The Lions in their 2-1 defeat against Reading.
The Northern Ireland international has made twelve league appearances in the league for Millwall.
The 31-year-old goalkeeper is close to coming back from full fitness, after being on the sidelines since August, with a muscular injury to his quad. The Birmingham game is likely to come too soon for the stopper.
The 24-year-old summer signing from Wycombe is definitely out until Christmas, with manager Gary Rowett stating that he has split the cartilage in his toe.