Millwall will check on Kevin Lisbie ahead of the visit of Bristol City.

The striker limped out of the action during the first half of Saturday's 3-2 win over Leeds and was replaced by Neil Harris.

Harris could be in line to start if Lisbie is ruled out although Josh McQuoid provides boss Kenny Jackett with another attacking option.

Jackett will welcome back defender Alan Dunne after a two-match suspension and he could reclaim the right-back spot from Jack Smith.

Defender Darren Purse (calf) and midfielder Jimmy Abdou (knee) returned from their recent lay-offs on the bench on Saturday and should be involved again.

Striker Shaun Batt is the only long-term absentee with a cruciate injury.

Bristol City defender Damion Stewart will be assessed.

Stewart injured his ankle last week and missed the 4-2 defeat at Barnsley on Saturday.

"Damion looks better and perhaps the extra two days, having missed the Barnsley game, has done him good," boss Keith Millen told the club`s official website. "We will see how he is on Tuesday and make our selection appropriately.

"We managed to get the rest of our defence, including Louis Carey, through training unscathed, so that is good news."

Carey has been sidelined since suffering a fractured skull at the end of February.

Meanwhile, left-back Jamie McAllister, who was forced off against Barnsley with cramp, is expected to be fit.

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