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Millwall manager Kenny Jackett expects to choose from an unchanged squad for the Championship visit of Coventry to the New Den on Saturday.

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Defender Tony Craig and striker Shaun Batt remain the only injury absentees for the Lions.

Craig is continuing his recovery from a fractured metatarsal and Batt recently underwent knee surgery which could rule him out of the entire season.

Jackett could name the same side which started the 2-1 Carling Cup win over Middlesbrough on Tuesday night.

However, Kevin Lisbie will be pushing for a start alongside Steve Morison in attack after club stalwart Neil Harris was preferred in midweek.

Scott Barron will start in defence again after penning a new three-year deal at The Den earlier this week.

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