Millwall have a virtually full-strength squad for the visit of Stockport.

Record goalscorer Neil Harris came through 74 minutes at Leeds on Monday night unscathed after recovering from a back injury and will be involved again.

Fellow striker Gary Alexander is therefore the only absentee as he continues his recovery from a heel operation.

On-loan Peterborough forward Shaun Batt is pushing for a start after his goalscoring cameo from the bench sealed Millwall's 2-0 win at Elland Road.

Boss Kenny Jackett will name an unchanged squad but could replace Harris with Batt if he feels the 32-year-old needs a rest.

Jackett this week allowed out-of-favour winger Lewis Grabban to join Brentford on loan until the end of the season.

Stockport boss Gary Ablett looks set to have Jemal Johnson available.

The MK Dons winger picked up a hamstring injury at Bristol Rovers and has subsequently missed the last four games, all of which Ablett's side have failed to score in.

On-loan Colchester midfielder David Perkins is nursing a knee injury but is set to be passed fit.

Defender Danny Swailes is available again after a one-match ban as County bid to breath life into their fight against the drop.

County have been in administration since last April, despite prolonged negotiations with the Melrose Consortium, and face expulsion from the Football League if they cannot find a buyer by the start of next season.

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