Scunthorpe's Garry Thompson (groin) and Sam Togwell (knee) are back, and Martyn Woolford has recovered from a virus.
But Niall Canavan (knee), David Mirfin (foot) and Michael Raynes (thigh) all remain sidelined.
MATCH PREVIEW The return to fitness of Sam Togwell and Garry Thompson is a timely boost for Scunthorpe, who have been ravaged by injuries and have slumped to one place outside the relegation zone after a dismal run of results.
Since a great win at Humber rivals Hull, The Iron have suffered four defeats in a row. No team has lost five Championship games on the trot so far this season.
Ian Baraclough's side have conceded a total of 15 goals in their last five matches, which bodes well for a Millwall team that once again find themselves up against one of the Championship's strugglers.
This will be the Lions' fourth consecutive match against a team currently in the bottom five. They drew 0-0 at Preston last weekend, having won at Middlesbrough and lost at home to Sheffield United.
MATCH FACTS Head-to-head
• Scunthorpe have won five of the 10 previous matches between these clubs.
Have your say on this match • The Lions' only home league victory over Scunthorpe was in November 1983.
• Millwall have won one of their last six matches, and only three of their last 16.
• The Lions are scoring, on average, every 11.57 attempts. That is the worst ratio in the Championship.
• Millwall are the only side in the Championship to have gained the same number of points away this season as they have at home (12).
• Scunthorpe have won three of their last 14 matches, losing nine of them.
• Five of their six league victories - and 15 of their 20 points this season - have been gained away from home.
• The Iron have already secured as many away points as they did throughout the whole of last season.
• United's tally of 20 points after their first 19 games is their lowest total for 11 years.