Davis back for Glovers
Yeovil could be boosted by the return of left-back Liam Davis for their crunch clash with Millwall.
Davis missed the 2-1 home defeat to Leeds despite having half a chance of returning from a broken toe, but a few extra days of recovery means he could return to the squad along with Joe Ralls, who did not feature at the weekend due to a knock picked up against Nottingham Forest.
Manager Gary Johnson may give his new-look strike force of Kieffer Moore and Ishmael Miller a chance to shine again against the Lions.
Rock-bottom Yeovil trail Ian Holloway's Lions by six points - having played a game less - going into the fixture.
Millwall are set to be without six players for the clash.
Goalkeeper David Forde is making good progress following a thigh injury but remains doubtful so Stephen Bywater, who saved a penalty in Saturday's 3-1 defeat at Burnley, should continue between the posts.
Danny Shittu is also struggling with a groin problem, fellow defender Mark Beevers has calf trouble and midfielder Nicky Bailey is recovering from a back injury.
Defender Shane Lowry is suspended while new midfielder Ed Upson will not play against his old club due to a gentleman's agreement following his January switch from Huish Park.