Lions duo could take on Glovers

Millwall duo Jason Price and Tony Craig are close to returning ahead of the Lions' home game against Yeovil in League One on Tuesday night.

Last Updated: 28/09/09 at 16:54

Craig (centre): Back in the frame

Craig (centre): Back in the frame

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Striker Price has missed the last four matches with a thigh injury while defender Craig has been sidelined for a month after aggravating his back problem getting out of his car.

Both players resumed training towards the end of last week but were not risked in the derby defeat at Leyton Orient.

Frontman Gary Alexander returned as a substitute at the weekend following a heel injury and should be involved again at the New Den.

Captain Paul Robinson is also on the mend after an ankle injury but is not yet ready to return.

Ashley Grimes (hamstring), Zak Whitbread (hip), Danny Senda (Achilles) and Pat O'Connor (cruciate) are still on the sidelines.

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