Bentley worry for Rovers
Blackburn are sweating on the fitness of David Bentley ahead of their FA Cup quarter-final replay against Millwall while Bradley Orr is set to join fellow right-back Adam Henley on the sidelines.
Bentley took a blow to the knee during Sunday's goalless clash at The Den and Rovers' medical team will assess swelling around the former England midfielder's joint.
Henley's season looks to be over after he suffered a second hamstring tear this term and his replacement at the weekend, Orr, is a major doubt after sustaining a rib injury.
Forward Leon Best, winger Josh King and midfielder David Dunn are expected to be pressed into action once again despite only recently leaving an injury list including Colin Kazim-Richards, Lee Williamson (both ankle), Martin Olsson (eye) and Dickson Etuhu (knee). On-loan Hull winger Cameron Stewart is cup tied, as is Wigan midfielder David Jones.
Millwall manager Kenny Jackett has an unchanged squad.
The Lions suffered no new injuries during the goalless draw between the npower Championship sides at The Den on Sunday.
James Henry remains sidelined by a knee injury and fellow winger Martyn Woolford is cup-tied.
QPR loanee Rob Hulse was a doubt for the original tie with a stomach injury, but he came through the full 90 minutes unscathed.
Jackett started with three strikers in Hulse, Andy Keogh and Dany N'Guessan on Sunday so one of them may drop out away from home.
Skipper Paul Robinson remains a long-term absentee with the groin problem which has kept him out for most of the season.