Armstrong could make second Blackburn debut
Adam Armstrong will hope to make a second debut for Blackburn in their Championship clash with Millwall at Ewood Park.
The forward spent the second half of last season on loan from Newcastle, scoring nine goals, and has now rejoined Rovers on a permanent basis.
Boss Tony Mowbray has no fresh injury concerns but Jacob Davenport (hip) and Ben Gladwin (knee) are still doubtful.
Summer signing Kasey Palmer made his debut off the bench in last weekend’s win over Ipswich and will hope to make a first start while Joe Rothwell will look to be involved for the first time.
New Millwall duo Murray Wallace and Jiri Skalak could be pushing to make their first starts.
Both were involved off the bench during last weekend’s draw with Middlesbrough but were only given a handful of minutes each.
Defender Byron Webster could potentially make the squad for the first time since last September.
The 31-year-old ruptured a cruciate knee ligament and has been working his way back towards first-team contention.