MILLWALL boss Ian Holloway has revealed that he will make several changes to his team for tomorrow's televised clash with Cardiff City.
Holloway feels that his starting XI needs to be freshened up after a draining 350-mile return trip to Wigan in midweek.
The Lions drew 0-0 draw with the Latics on a energy-sapping surface at the DW Stadium.
Speaking ahead of the Bluebirds' visit to The Den, Holloway said: "One thing I've got to look at is the freshness of the team.
"After we went up to Sheffield Wednesday earlier this season, we lost 1-0 to Rotherham on the Saturday and produced a below-par issues with generic lexapro performance.
"I didn't change enough people and that was wrong because people were tired. I won't do that again because people are physically and mentally tired.
"We had someone pick up an injury yesterday while we were walking through things, which is very annoying.
"When you have a massive journey on a Tuesday and you all get back at half past three in the morning, this is what happens.
"If I had a couple more players available, I would probably make six changes. Making these decisions is what I get paid for. It will either work or it won't."