Harris hopeful of Lions return

Millwall striker Neil Harris is hoping to be fit for the eagerly-awaited south London derby visit of Charlton in League One on Saturday.

Last Updated: 12/03/10 at 11:27

Harris: Slight doubt

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The Lions' record goalscorer suffered a knee injury against Walsall last weekend which forced him to miss Tuesday night's win at Carlisle.

However, the problem is only an impact injury and Harris has a good chance of being ready to face the Addicks.

The only other player in the treatment room is Harris' fellow striker Gary Alexander, who is continuing his recovery from a heel operation.

Alexander, who has been on the sidelines in October, has begun light jogging as he attempts to make a comeback before the end of the season.

Charlton's last competitive visit to The Den was back in 1995 while the sides fought out a thrilling 4-4 draw at The Valley earlier this term.

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