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Ricardo Fuller and Magaye Gueye could be in the Millwall starting line-up for the clash with Rotherham.

Veteran striker Fuller was given a breather on the bench at Sheffield Wednesday in midweek but came on to set up fellow sub Gueye, who has yet to start a league game for the Lions, for an injury-time equaliser to earn a 1-1 draw.

Boss Ian Holloway will be without Nicky Bailey, however, he was ruled out until mid-September due to a recurrence of his calf injury.

Fellow midfielders Ed Upson and Richard Chaplow are battling back from hamstring injuries.

Rotherham will be without midfielder Paul Green.

Green has been ruled out for two to three weeks with an ankle injury sustained in Tuesday's defeat to Watford.

Defender Frazer Richardson remains out as he battles a foot injury which has delayed his Millers career while Rob Milsom (ankle) is still not ready, but Ryan Hall (ankle) is fit to resume.

The Millers will be unable to call on Kieran Agard after he joined Bristol City for a fee close to B£1million while Mark Bradley (knee) is a long-term absentee.

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