Millwall Vs Norwich City, Sat 6 Feb 2010

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Millwall will be without Dave Martin for the clash with high-flying Norwich at The Den.

The winger missed out on a deadline-day switch to Derby but is expected to join the Rams on loan next week with a view to a permanent deal in the summer.

Boss Kenny Jackett has therefore confirmed he will not feature in the squad, so Lewis Grabban could be in line to start.

Defender Andy Frampton could return after three weeks out with a calf injury.

Record goalscorer Neil Harris was on the bench for last weekend's win at Brighton following a groin strain and should figure again, although Shaun Batt and Steve Morison will start up front.

Fellow striker Gary Alexander (heel) is still missing.

Norwich manager Paul Lambert has an unchanged squad to choose from.

Left-back Adam Drury missed last weekend's 2-1 win over Hartlepool with a thigh injury which continues to trouble him so new signing Michael Rose will continue.

Rose scored the winner last time out on his debut after signing from Stockport and will carry on at full-back, while captain Grant Holt is again absent.

Holt will sit out the third and final game of his suspension at the New Den so Cody McDonald is likely to continue in attack after scoring in his last two games.

Defenders Michael Spillane (hamstring) and Jens Berthel Askou (foot) both came through 45 minutes of a reserve game in midweek but are not ready for a return to the first-team just yet.

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Norwich City
Cody McDonald
Shaun Batt
Neil Harris
League One
Andy Frampton
Adam Drury
Gary Alexander
Derby County
Steve Morison
Jens Berthel Askou
Michael Rose
Jens Berthel Askou
Michael Spillane
Lewis Grabban
Grant Holt
Brighton & Hove Albion

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