Robinson could face Terriers
Club captain Paul Robinson is pushing for his first Championship start of the season when Millwall host Huddersfield.
The defender has recovered from the groin injury which kept him out for most of last term and played in a midweek friendly at Brentford to build up his match fitness.
Winger Lee Martin was also involved against the Bees following a knee knock while striker Scott McDonald could make his full Lions debut after three substitute appearances.
But goalkeeper David Forde and midfielder Liam Trotter remain on the sidelines as they recover from knee operations.
Huddersfield midfielder Jonathan Hogg returned to full training this week and will be included in the squad.
Summer signing Hogg missed last week's draw with QPR through illness and was replaced in the starting line-up by Oscar Gobern, so manager Mark Robins could have a selection dilemma at the New Den.
Midfielder Oliver Norwood and striker Martin Paterson both returned from midweek international duty with Northern Ireland unscathed.
Paterson scored the winning goal against Russia and is likely to continue alongside James Vaughan, but although midfielder Keith Southern (calf) and defender Calum Woods (collarbone) are edging closer to a return, neither will be available.