Date: 26th April 2017 at 11:36am
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Manager Neil Harris has been previewing the game against Bristol Rovers this weekend and only Shaun Hutchinson is a doubt for the match.

With Play Off hopes resting on the final result as we look to keep ourselves in the last spot and ahead of Southend United and Rochdale, the defender was substituted at half time in the one nil defeat to Fleetwood Town on Easter Monday and missed the clash against Oxford United at The Den, and Harris told the official site that it was still touch and go on whether he would return for the final League One game of the regular season.

Speaking about ‘warrior’ and ‘tough player’ Hutchinson, Harris said a late decision would be made based on his progress this week after suffering a cracked rib at Fleetwood.

‘Hutch is recovering from a cracked rib suffered in the match at Fleetwood. We will have to see how he goes. I would love to have a fully-fit squad going in the last League game of the season. But, realistically, we are not going to know until Friday if he has any chance of making the game. We don’t want to bring him in too soon if he’s not able to handle it, but he is a warrior and a tough player.’

Apart from Hutchinson though Harris explained that everybody else had a clean bill of health so Millwall have the best chance possible of securing that final Play Off spot and extending our season with hopes of promotion back to the Championship this year.

‘Everyone else came through the weekend well and everyone is fit for selection. We are looking forward to the game – it’s one that all of my players want to be involved in.’

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