Brentford have a host of 'niggling' injuries that have been affecting their pre-season campaign.
Record signing Andreas Bjelland has missed the last two friendlies, a 1-1 draw with FC Kaiserlautern and a 1-0 loss to Peterborough.
And head coach Dean Smith has confirmed that the Dane has been struggling with an abductor injury that he sustained at Wycombe.
He said: “Andreas has felt his abductor. We're not sure how long he will be. He felt it at Wycombe and came off at half-time with it. We don't want to rush him back too soon with his injury history.”
Nico Yennaris has also been out of action in recent games but the head coach is hopeful to see him back on Saturday.
Smith added: “Nico is close. He's got a slight thigh strain. It's almost healed. He's almost running 100 per cent in straight lines.”
Josh Clarke missed the games against FCK and Posh and he, too, has been feeling his abductor muscle.
Smith revealed: “He's had an abductor strain or groin strain that he felt last week. He should be available for Saturday.”
Andy Gogia has been struggling with a knee injury and it appears it is unlikely he'll be back for the trip to Millwall, while Alan McCormack who played 80 minutes against Kaiserlautern was not risked.
Smith confirmed: “He's still got the same knee injury so he's another one out at the moment. Alan McCormack should be back for Saturday. They're only niggling injuries.”