Preview: Wigan vs. Millwall

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NEIL Harris could stick with a winning formula as Millwall aim to complete a successful September when they take on Wigan on Tuesday night.

The Lions have won four of their last five games and take that good form to another of last season’s relegated sides.

Millwall put their unbeaten away record this season on the line against a side that have yet to lose at home and have conceded just one goal in four league games at the DW Stadium.

Centre-back Sid Nelson may not be ready as he continues his recovery from the rib injury that has kept him out for the last three games.

Winger Paris Cowan-Hall is out, but defender Shaun Cummings could be in contention after recovering from a hamstring injury.

Wigan failed to win any of their first three games of the season but their consistent home form has left them just two points off the play-off places.

The Lions didn’t concede a goal against the Latics in the league last season, winning 2-0 at home and drawing 0-0 away, and Wigan manager Gary Caldwell expects this to be his side’s biggest test at home so far this season.

Caldwell told the club’s official website: “Millwall have been excellent away from home this season.  I saw them at Port Vale and they were very good that night, they should have won by a lot more goals than they did.

“We’re going to have to be at our best, if not better than any of our home games so far.

“They’re a team we know well from the Championship and they’re in a similar position to us in terms of making a lot of changes and aiming to go straight back up.”

“We’ve got an unbeaten home record to defend and we’re very proud of what we’ve started at the DW.”

Sky Bet match odds:

Wigan 6/5  Draw 23/10  Millwall 23/10

Probable Millwall team:

Archer; Edwards, Webster, Beevers, Craig; Onyedinma, Abdou, Williams, Ferguson; Morison, O’Brien.

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15 thoughts on “Preview: Wigan vs. Millwall

  • September 29, 2015 at 11:56
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    Can't see Fred starting. Good man to come on 2nd half.

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    • September 29, 2015 at 12:05
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      @NICKOLA: Agree mate, reckon he will start with Upson and keep it tight for the first half, capable of getting a result but I would be happy with a point. Was quite impressed with Ferguson on Saturday, gave us a much better balance and put some good crosses in.

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      • September 29, 2015 at 12:11
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        @Jimbobwallmk: have been saying for the three games that Fred should start from the bench might give him the kick up the a*** he needs.

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  • September 29, 2015 at 12:31
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    This should be a good game. Hopefully only one change that's obvious upson for Fred. For me same again if players are all fit and ready. we have a spine of a good team. No injuries no cards and 3 points would be great. I'm quietly confident. It's slowly coming back for Harris and team keep it up you lions.

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