Swindon forward Norris sees Millwall weakness

SWINDON'S Luke Norris has identified the partnership of Millwall’s Lee Gregory and Steve cheapest lexapro price Morison as a threat on Saturday – but also sees an area his side can exploit. 

Gregory’s penalty in the 3-3 draw at Rochdale on Tuesday night was his fourth goal in five games – three from the spot since his double miss at Oldham – and 15th in the league this season.

Morison has also scored 15 times this season, though he hasn’t found the target since the 2-0 win at Coventry on February 4.

Gregory’s double gave Millwall a 2-0 win over Swindon in December, but Norris feels his side can profit against Saturday’s opponents at the other end of the pitch.

“We did very well against them on Boxing Day and I had a chance myself to put us 1-0 up, and that would have changed the game,” Norris told Swindon’s official website.

“They are a very solid and very physical side but they can be beaten and they do concede goals as well, so we’ve got a good chance of winning the game.

“They’ve got some good players and Steve Morison and Lee Gregory up top are a very good partnership in this league, they’ve shown that throughout this season.

“They know each other’s games very well, Morison is very strong and holds the ball up well and Gregory is always playing off the shoulder of the last defender… a lot of Millwall’s goals have come through those two.

“Keeping them quiet will be key if we want to win the game.”

Both sides are desperate for the points for different reasons: A Millwall win would lift them into the top six, while Swindon would move to within four of safety before the later games finish.

The Robins have lost their last four games and are seven points behind 20th-placed Shrewsbury with a game more played.

“No one is giving up,” Norris, 23, insisted. “We’ve still got seven games left to play and we’ve still got a chance of surviving.

“We’re all in it together and we all need to pull together and pull our weight together because every game is so crucial now.

“We all need to start performing better and that starts Saturday.”

Image: Millwall FC 

John Kelly


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