Lions duo should be fit for derby

Millwall duo Paul Robinson and Marc Laird are expected to be fit for the south London derby trip to Charlton in League One on Saturday.

Last Updated: 18/12/09 at 11:13

Robinson: Expected to feature

Robinson: Expected to feature

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Centre-half Robinson and midfielder Laird suffered facial injuries during last weekend's win over Walsall but they should be available at The Valley.

Defender Tony Craig could also return to the squad having resumed training this week after almost a month out with a fractured cheekbone.

Wingers James Henry (hamstring) and Chris Hackett (knee) will be handed late fitness checks after missing out against Walsall.

Long-term absentees Zak Whitbread (hip) and Scott Barron (ankle) are back in training but will probably need some reserve games under their belts.

Strikers Neil Harris (back) and Gary Alexander (heel) are still missing.

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