Tammy Abraham and Jack Grealish are fit for the Bolton Wanderers clash.
Jonathan Kodjia is unlikely to face the Trotters but should be available for Millwall on Monday.
Abraham came off in the win over Bristol City late on as a result of a tightness in his hamstring.
Grealish was absent for the Robins clash due to illness while Kodjia, who scored in the preceding game at Rotherham United, was also missing due to a rib issue.
Kortney Hause is “responding well” to treatment on his hip flexor injury and Head Coach Dean Smith is expecting him to be back in training early next week after the Millwall game.
Hause hasn’t featured since the away victory at Sheffield Wednesday at the start of the month.
On the more long-term issues, Tommy Elphick is back training with the squad – and is working his way back to full fitness.
James Chester continues his comeback with work out on the fields of Bodymoor Heath and Smith is looking to have him back for the end of the season.
Elphick has been out for a month with a foot injury sustained in the impressive home win over Derby County.
Chester hasn’t featured for almost three months with a knee problem.