Millwall Vs Exeter, Sat 13 Feb 2010

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Jon Obika should be added to the Millwall squad for the visit of Exeter.

The 19-year-old striker has joined the Lions on loan from Tottenham until the end of the season.

Boss Kenny Jackett snapped up the England Under-19 international, who has recently completed a loan spell at Yeovil, after allowing winger Dave Martin to join Derby.

Midfielder Marc Laird is missing with a rib injury but winger Danny Schofield is close to returning after a hip problem.

Defender Andy Frampton was on the bench for Saturday's win over leaders Norwich following three weeks out with a calf injury.

So striker Gary Alexander is the only other injury absentee with the heel problem which has kept him out since late October.

Exeter have been dealt a double injury blow.

In-form striker Adam Stansfield and new central defender Troy Archibald-Henville are both ruled out by knee injuries.

Stansfield is set to be out for up to a month, while Archibald-Henville is set to miss the rest of the season after injuring his knee in the warm-up before last weekend's 1-1 home draw with Southampton.

Grecians boss Paul Tisdale said: "Losing Troy is a massive blow to everyone at the club and most of all for Troy."

Stansfield is set to be replaced by Marcus Stewart, who missed the draw with the Saints due to a hamstring injury.

Playmaker Alex Russell (back) is ruled out for a second week running.

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