Lions duo expected to face Staines

Millwall are confident James Henry and Chris Hackett will be fit for their FA Cup replay against Staines at the New Den on Wednesday night.

Last Updated: 08/12/09 at 12:37

Hackett: Should be fit

Hackett: Should be fit

The midfield duo picked up knocks in the defeat against Hartlepool at the weekend but are back in training and should feature in the second round replay against the minnows.

Longer-term casualties Zak Whitbread (hip) and Scott Barron (ankle) could also play some part but are more likely to make their comebacks at the weekend against Walsall.

The Lions are still missing top scorer Neil Harris with a back injury and his strike partner Gary Alexander, who will be out until the new year with his ongoing heel problem.

Tony Craig is awaiting news from his visit to the specialist after suffering from impaired vision following a blow to the face in the match against Wycombe.

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