Brighton & Hove Albion Vs Millwall, Sat 30 Jan 2010

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Brighton have now new injury worries ahead of the visit of Millwall.

Striker Gary Hart missed Tuesday night's draw at Stockport as a precaution with a knee injury but he played for the reserves on Wednesday and should make the bench if required.

Defenders Adam El-Abd and Colin Hawkins are therefore once again the only absentees.

El-Abd is still recovering from a foot injury but has been given the green light to resume training next week and could be available for the trip to Leyton Orient.

Hawkins underwent surgery on his Achilles this week and will be out for some time.

Brighton are unbeaten in their last four league games but have not picked up three points at home since October.

Millwall will check on Andy Frampton and Neil Harris ahead of the trip.

Defender Frampton has been sidelined for a fortnight with a calf injury but is back in training and close to a return.

Striker Harris missed Tuesday night's win over Southend with the groin strain he suffered against Oldham at the weekend and will also have a late fitness check.

On-loan Peterborough forward Shaun Batt will hope to keep his place in the starting line-up following his debut goal against the Shrimpers.

Another frontman, Gary Alexander, remains a long-term absentee following his recent heel operation.

The Lions are unbeaten in their last four games and moved into the play-off places following their midweek victory.

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Peterborough United
Shaun Batt
Neil Harris
League One
Gary Hart
Andy Frampton
Southend United
Gary Alexander
Colin Hawkins
Oldham Athletic
Adam El-Abd
Leyton Orient
Brighton & Hove Albion

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