Preview: Brentford vs. Millwall

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© Millwall FC

MILLWALL have no fresh injury concerns for their London derby at Brentford tomorrow, although Paris Cowan-Hall will definitely miss out with an ankle problem.

The Lions announced on Thursday that the winger tweaked ligaments against Bolton last weekend and will be sidelined for around three weeks.

Alan Dunne will serve the second of a two-match suspension, while Nicky Bailey (back), Lee Martin (foot) and Carlos Edwards (knee) are also unavailable.

Brentford's only absentees are Lewis Macleod (hamstring) and Scott Hogan (knee).

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24 thoughts on “Preview: Brentford vs. Millwall

  • March 20, 2015 at 14:54
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    Shame Paris has been a bit of a sick note.... He looked hungry and at it in his first game...

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    • March 20, 2015 at 15:04
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      @les the lion: Do you think that it is maybe because of the step up and that the championship is a harder league?

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      • March 20, 2015 at 15:08
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        @vonhardshaft: Or maybe just another duff Holloway signing.

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        • March 20, 2015 at 19:13
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          @Micky Lions: To be fair to HOLLOWAY most of the players he brought in were an improvement on what we had - just could not get them to work as constantly changing the team every five seconds! ⚽️

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          • March 21, 2015 at 09:15
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            @TURBO_COYL: I'm not sure about that. Out of the 25-odd players Holloway signed, I'd say the great majority were of even worse quality than we had before - just look at the awful squad he's left us. What's worse is almost all the remaining Jackett/Lomas players disimproved under his management.

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      • March 20, 2015 at 16:11
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        @vonhardshaft: Not sure that is true 'Von' if anything I would think league one is more physical. I am not sure what his injury record was at Wycombe but it could be that he was trying to hard, flying into tackles because as every one has told him that the fans need to see commitment or it is more likely just a continuation of the luck we have been having this year.

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        • March 20, 2015 at 18:28
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          @lennie the lion: Comments from the Wycombe fans were that he was injury prone there as well. We really know how to pick a glass ornament don't we, what with Chaplow, Bailey, Martin, Martinez and now Paris Hilton.

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      • March 20, 2015 at 19:15
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        @vonhardshaft: They probably rushed him back as we needed pace int he team, can't blame them when we had no other option but probably should have given him more time to heal. It's often the case that one injury can lead to a totally different injury as the body tries to compensate.

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  • March 20, 2015 at 15:36
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    We can still beat them COYL 2 1 wall let f****** do them they are s*** s*** football s*** stadium s*** firm lol

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