The on-loan Tottenham defender was facing a three-match ban after being dismissed in the second half of the 2-1 home defeat to Barnsley.
However, the Lions launched an appeal and on Thursday an FA disciplinary hearing overturned the decision.
Striker Andy Keogh has been struggling with a broken toe and missed the Tykes clash but he could return to contention.
Kenny Jackett's side side have claimed just one win from their last five games, a run which could prompt the boss to make changes.
His alternative options include midfielders Shaun Batt and Dany N'Guessan, both of whom were on the bench last time out.