Millwall v Wednesday
9 April 2013
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Owls: Following Wednesday’s 3-2 win over Blackburn on Saturday, the Owls have come through the game unscathed with no fresh injury or suspension concerns.
Gary Madine (hamstring) looks set to miss out on Tuesday.
Millwall: James Henry (knee) and Karleigh Osborne (hamstring) are back in training for the Lions and are expected to be involved against the Owls on Tuesday.
On-loan Southampton midfielder Richard Chaplow (ankle) is a doubt while skipper Paul Robinson remains sidelined with a groin injury.
Striker Shaun Batt has been recalled from his loan spell at Leyton Orient and could feature against Wednesday.
Head to head
25 August 2012
Owls 3-2 Millwall
(J Johnson 19, Llera 68, 90; Henry 35, 43)
View from the dugout
Dave Jones said: "Millwall are not out of danger and could be in the thick of it with ourselves. It will be a tough game. This division is so tough that it doesn’t matter if you are home or away.”
Kenny Jackett said: “It’s in our own hands. We have games in hand. With five of the seven at home we have to take full advantage of this situation. Since the FA Cup quarter-final we have played four games. Three have been away and we have won two and drawn two. It has been a good response from the players."