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    • 1Westwood
    • 8Palmer
    • 15Lees
    • 5Loovens
    • 3Mattock
    • 10Maguire
    • 6Josè Semedo
    • 4Hutchinson
    • 19Maghoma
    • 7May
    • 9Nuhiu
    • 1Forde
    • 2Dunne
    • 28Malone
    • 16Beevers
    • 44Carlos Edwards
    • 26Abdou
    • 27McDonald
    • 11Woolford
    • 6Williams
    • 7Martin
    • 9Gregory

    Sheff Wed

    Starting line up
    Formation 4-4-2
    • 1 K. Westwood
    • 8 L. Palmer
    • 15 T. Lees
    • 5 G. Loovens
    • 3 J. Mattock
    • 10 C. Maguire
    • 6 J. Semedo
    • 4 S. Hutchinson (Coke ')
    • 19 J. Maghoma (Helan ')
    • 7 S. May
    • 9 A. Nuhiu (Madine ')

    Millwall

    Starting line up
    Formation 4-2-3-1
    • 1 D. Forde
    • 2 A. Dunne
    • 28 S. Malone
    • 16 M. Beevers
    • 44 A. Edwards
    • 26 N. Abdou (Gueye ')
    • 27 S. McDonald
    • 11 M. Woolford
    • 6 S. Williams
    • 7 L. Martin (Easter ')
    • 9 L. Gregory (Fuller ')
    Substitutes
    • 21 P. Corry
    • 18 K. Zayatte
    • 24 G. Madine
    • 16 R. McCabe
    • 14 G. Coke
    • 43 C. Kirkland
    • 17 J. Helan
    Substitutes
    • 14 M. Briggs
    • 18 M. Gueye
    • 17 B. Webster
    • 13 D. Gerrar
    • 4 J. Wright
    • 19 R. Fuller
    • 8 J. Easter

    Sheff Wed vs Millwall

    Wednesday midfielder Giles Coke both scored and was sent off on the most recent meeting between these sides.

    The Lions have netted on their last seven trips to Hillsborough but have only won two of those visits (D3 L2).

    Millwall haven't won their opening three league games to a season since 1990.

    No Championship side has scored more goals on home soil in 2014 (excl. play-offs) than Sheffield Wednesday (25).

    The Owls are without a win at home in five attempts, losing three and drawing two.