Ipswich could be missing Jason Scotland for Paul Jewell's first game in charge.
Scotland has been nursing a calf strain, while Troy Brown is still out with a hamstring injury.
MATCH PREVIEW Paul Jewell takes charge of his first match as Ipswich manager and inherits a side that has endured mixed cup fortunes this week - beating Arsenal and losing 7-0 to Chelsea - and a miserable time in the league.
Jewell has been out of the game since his last match as Derby boss, in December 2008. That, ironically, was a defeat against Ipswich. His immediate task is to restore confidence to a team that has lost seven of their last nine Championship matches.
Confidence will not be a problem for Millwall, who are enjoying a good run and have already beaten Ipswich twice this season - in the league and the Carling Cup. The Lions are unbeaten in eight league outings and have climbed to only three places and three points outside the play-off spots.
Millwall's home form has been excellent, as has their defending. They have won three in a row at The Den, and have now gone almost five hours of league football without conceding a goal.
MATCH FACTS Head-to-head
• Ipswich are unbeaten in their last four matches against Millwall.
Have your say on this match • The Lions' only win against Town in the last seven years was a 3-1 victory on Boxing Day 2004.
• Millwall have won all seven Championship games this season in which they have scored more than one goal, and lost all five in which they have conceded more than one.
• They have conceded the opening goal in only seven matches this season - fewer than any other team in the division.
• Scott Barron and Liam Trotter could face their former club.
• Ipswich's only away wins this season have been against teams currently in the bottom five (Middlesbrough, Sheffield United and Crystal Palace).
• Town have netted only nine first-half league goals this term, and three of those were in the same game.
• On average, they are scoring once per 11.19 attempts on goal. It is the worst ratio in the second tier.