NO INJURY CONCERNS FOR JEWELL
Ipswich are unlikely to have any new injury or suspension problems for the visit of in-form Millwall.
Midfielder Jimmy Bullard (sinusitis) and goalkeeper Richard Wright (knee), both fringe players, were the only absentees for Tuesday's impressive 1-1 draw against Birmingham.
Manager Paul Jewell made one change for the clash, Michael Chopra coming in for Jay Emmanuel-Thomas.
But the former Arsenal forward is firmly in contention for a recall against the Lions having stepped off the bench shortly after the hour mark in midweek to cap a scintillating substitute display with Town's leveller.
Jewell is set to make further changes for the clash and give valuable game time to the likes of Josh Carson, Luke Hyam and Byron Lawrence.
Millwall arrive at Portman Road already safe from relegation on the back of four successive victories - for the first time in over two years.
Darius Henderson is pushing to return to their squad. The Lions' 15-goal top scorer has missed the last four games with a niggling calf injury but is back in training and will be handed another late fitness check.
Midfielder Liam Trotter hopes to start against his former club having made two substitute appearances following a month on the sidelines with a thigh injury.
On-loan Tottenham youngster Ryan Mason will also be checked over after shaking off an ankle problem butmidfield duo Tamika Mkandawire (knee) and Therry Racon (ankle) are still out.
The Lions are safe from the drop but still have the carrot of finishing above south London rivals Crystal Palace to play for.
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