A groin problem restricted the Egyptian striker to a place on the bench in last weekend's 2-0 victory at Birmingham City.
But he has recovered well and will be fully fit for the televised encounter. "MidoÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s groin is okay," reported Head Coach Martin Jol on Thursday.
"He had a tear in it and some bleeding so normally you would expect him to be out for a couple of weeks but he's a strong guy."
Martin also revealed that defender Anthony Gardner is suffering with an illness but should be fine for Monday.
Andy Reid and Lee Barnard are also available again for squad selection leaving only Mounir El Hamdaoui (groin) on the treatment table.
Mido is back from injury and in contention for Monday night's Premiership clash against West Brom at the Lane.