Preston North End manager Alex Neil has no new injury concerns ahead of his side’s trip to face Millwall on Saturday.
Having only made one change to his side in the last six games, a similar squad could be involved in the trip to The Den once again, although he has options available should he wish to freshen things up.
The side played a behind closed doors reserve game in midweek, allowing members of the squad to get vital minutes under their belt, meaning all the fit players are ready to be called upon, if required.
Of the long term casualties, Callum Robinson and Louis Moult (hamstring) are both moving closer to a return to training and are now back outside running and could return within the next few months.
Billy Bodin and Josh Harrop (both ACL) are also starting to run on the grass, but are still someway behind the two others and are unlikely to be seen until the latter end of the season, if at all.
Goalkeeper Connor Ripley is beginning his rehabilitation to the ankle injury he suffered in a reserve game, but it out for an extended period.
For the hosts, Neil Harris must do without former North End full back and Northern Irish international full back Conor McLaughlin, who has a quad injury.
They are also currently without Welsh striker Tom Bradshaw, who has been ruled out for most of the season with a knee injury, but should be back in action before the end of the current campaign.
Alex Pearce could return at the heart of the Millwall backline, after missing the clash with Frank Lampard's Derby County on Wednesday night due to the terms of his loan move from the Rams; Shaun Hutchinson - who replaced Pearce alongside skipper Jake Cooper at Pride Park - may step out for the returning centre half, however, after an impressive clean sheet - their fourth in five games - this will be a tough call for the manager.