Preview: Millwall vs. Wolves

© Alan Stanford
© Alan Stanford

MILLWALL will be without the services of winger James Henry for their Championship clash against Wolves at The Den on Tuesday night.

Henry was stretched off in the closing stages of the Lions' 1-0 defeat to Leeds United at the weekend with a leg injury and, while he was able to come back on, he has been ruled out with heavy bruising.

Henry's absence could pave the way for Chris Taylor to make his first appearance since sustaining a knee ligament injury last December against Brighton.



However, manager Kenny Jackett could also call upon either Liam Feeney or Dany N’Guessan to fill the void left by Henry's absence on the right side of midfield.

Jackett is unlikely to make further changes to his side although both Nathan Tyson and Andy Keogh will be pushing for starts, with the latter hoping to play against his former club.

Rob Hulse remains a doubt to be involved as he struggles to shake off a niggling stomach injury.



Wolves boss Dean Saunders has no fresh injury concerns to contend with and is expected to name the same XI that drew against Watford last Friday.

Winger Razak Boukari has returned to training after a calf injury that has ruled him out since late last year. However the wide-man remains some way off match fitness and is unlikely to be risked.

Stephen Hunt could be named amongst the substitutes after recovering from a serious hip injury.

4 thoughts on “Preview: Millwall vs. Wolves

  • March 5, 2013 at 14:19
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    Can Taylor play on the right then?

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  • March 5, 2013 at 16:15
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    Taylor played on the right against Palarse away in the first half and tore them apart........

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