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Match Pack | Millwall v Wednesday

16 February 2024

Match Previews

Match Pack | Millwall v Wednesday

16 February 2024

Millwall v Wednesday
Saturday 17 February
The Den


Wednesday travel to the capital to face Millwall at The Den for a big game in the battle for Championship survival.

The Lions sit in 21st place, four points above the relegation zone.


Joe Edwards’ side suffered a 4-0 defeat to promotion-chasing Ipswich on Valentine’s Day, with their last victory coming on New Year’s Day.

The Owls were beaten 2-0 on Tuesday evening by league leaders Leicester and will be hoping to bounce back in London.


Wednesday: Danny Röhl confirmed Kristian Pedersen will be out of action for some weeks with Akin Famewo also unavailable for the Millwall clash.

There were no further injury concerns following our midweek game at the King Power Stadium.

Millwall: Lions trio Ryan Longman, Kevin Nisbet and Aidomo Emakhu are all sidelined through injury.

Following defeat to the Tractor Boys, Edwards may shuffle his pack, as January signing Michael Obafemi could return for the home side.  


Referee: Geoff Eltringham
Assistant Referee 1: Shaun Hudson
Assistant Referee 2: Graham Kane
Fourth Official: Daniel Middleton



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