MILLWALL will make changes to their starting XI for Tuesday's Capital One Cup tie against Wycombe Wanderers, boss Ian Holloway has confirmed.
Holloway will shuffle his pack for the visit of the League Two side to The Den with the likes of Lee Gregory, Jermaine Easter and Magaye Gueye vying for starting berths.
The trio were second-half substitutes in the 2-0 victory over Leeds United at the weekend but could be given longer run-outs in the knockout tie with the Chairboys tonight.
"This team was picked on Friday," Holloway said. "I've made a couple of further alterations to it, but I've picked a team that can win based on what I know about Wycombe.
"But my selection will also be to do with having four games in ten days. I'm looking forward to seeing this lot play.
"I've picked a different team from the Leeds game and I believe that team will have the right elements in it to beat Wycombe.
"Apparently Wycombe are one of our bogie teams – the chairman told me they beat us twice the year we got promoted to the Championship."
Speaking on Monday, Holloway reflected further on the opening-day win over Leeds.
He said: "We got one or two things wrong. It was difficult when Matt Smith came on because of his physicality and we dropped deep.
"We were too deep and that's a tendency to try to hold onto something, so that second goal was vital. Our spirit was excellent.
"I felt we looked like a decent side and I'm just disappointed we didn't score in open play because some of our moves were very, very good.
"That's the first time I've won by two goals as Millwall manager and we didn't give Leeds many chances. That's nine games unbeaten now so the lads have done exceptionally well.
"We need to keep going now – all you can do is get a bit of momentum going, and in the Championship that is very, very difficult.
"The table will be very tight and every team has got good players, so it's about getting that spirit right and working hard for each other.
"There was a bit of fatigue creeping in at the end but that's not our fault – we didn't have enough competitive friendlies in the summer.
"I've been watching clips of Wycombe and they were playing Chelsea in pre-season, wo why can't we play Chelsea? It's unfair."