Henry bolsters Lions for Gills clash

Millwall will add James Henry to their squad for the League One trip to Gillingham on Saturday (12:30pm) after he completed his loan move.

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Manager Kenny Jackett, who has 11 first-team players struggling with injuries, has re-signed the young winger on loan from Reading.

Definitely out are defenders Zak Whitbread (hip), Tony Craig (back), Paul Robinson (ankle), Danny Senda (Achilles) and Pat O'Connor (cruciate).

Midfielder Marc Laird is also missing with a knock and striker Jason Price is sidelined with a thigh injury.

Winger Chris Hackett (groin) and forwards Gary Alexander (ankle), Steve Morison (thigh) and Neil Harris (calf) were hoping to train later in the week and have an outside chance of being available.

Wideman Lewis Grabban will be added to the squad after playing for the reserves in midweek following an illness.

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