Henry missing for Wimbledon clash

Millwall will be without the services of winger James Henry for the FA Cup visit of south London neighbours AFC Wimbledon on Monday night.

Last Updated: 08/11/09 at 10:46

Henry: Ineligible

Henry: Ineligible

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On-loan Henry has not been given permission to play in the competition by parent club Reading.

Another wideman, Chris Hackett, sat out training this week with a back injury but he is expected to be fit.

Centre-half Darren Ward, who has been out since September with a knee injury, is close to a return but Monday night will probably come to soon.

Ashley Grimes is fit after illness but fellow striker Gary Alexander is still sidelined by a heel problem.

Andy Frampton, Scott Barron (both ankle), Zak Whitbread (hip), Pat O'Connor and Ali Fuseini (both knee) are still on the casualty list.

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