Lineups

Huddersfield Town

( 3-4-3 )

  • 31. R. Schofield

  • 15. R. Keogh

    85'
  • 2. Pipa Ávila

  • 23. N. Sarr

  • 3. H. Toffolo

  • 8. L. O'Brien

  • 7. J. Bacuna

    85'
  • 16. R. Aarons

    68'
  • 5. Álex Vallejo

  • 25. D. Ward

    60'
  • 22. F. Campbell

Substitutes

  • 44. Joel Castro

  • 41. P. Jones

    68'
  • 17. D. Duhaney

  • 28. J. Brown

  • 27. R. Crichlow

  • 10. A. Pritchard

    85'
  • 49. S. High

  • 18. I. Mbenza

    60'
  • 36. K. Phillips

    85'

England - Championship

69' D. McNamara 69' Yellow Card 69'  D. McNamara 80' R. Woods 80' Yellow Card 80'  R. Woods 4' S. Malone 4' Goal 4'   Malone S. Malone
Huddersfield Town

Huddersfield Town

0 - 1

Millwall

Millwall

  • 4'
    0 - 1
  • HT
    0 - 1
  • Date: 20/01/2021
  • Time: 19:00
  • Venue: John Smith Stadium
  • Referee: Bandara Damith
Huddersfield Town v Millwall - Preview

Date published: 1/23/2021 1:27:27 PM

Huddersfield Town v Millwall - Preview

New Huddersfield signing Richard Keogh is in contention for Millwall fixture

Huddersfield’s new signing Richard Keogh is in contention for the home game against Millwall.

Centre-half Keogh has returned for a second spell with the Terriers after joining on loan from MK Dons until the end of the season.

Fellow central defenders Christopher Schindler (knee), Richard Stearman (hamstring) and Rarmani Edmonds-Green (muscle strain) all remain sidelined.

Another centre-back, Naby Sarr (knee), is poised to return after missing the weekend defeat at Watford, while Isaac Mbenza and Alex Pritchard are also expected to be available after injury.

Millwall’s on-loan striker Kenneth Zohore is available after extending his stay at The Den until the end of the season.

Boss Gary Rowett is expected to choose from an unchanged squad following Saturday’s defeat at Nottingham Forest.

Defender Murray Wallace is expected to miss out again through injury, while Billy Mitchell and Connor Mahoney are unlikely to feature as they work their way back to full fitness.

The Lions, 16th in the table, have won only one of their last 15 league matches.

 

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Match Information

  • Championship
  • Round 25
  • John Smith Stadium
  • Bandara Damith
  • 20 Jan, 19:00

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Lineups

Huddersfield Town
(3-4-3)
Millwall
(3-4-2-1)
  • 31. R. Schofield

  • 15. R. Keogh

    85'
  • 2. Pipa Ávila

  • 23. N. Sarr

  • 3. H. Toffolo

  • 8. L. O'Brien

  • 7. J. Bacuna

    85'
  • 16. R. Aarons

    68'
  • 5. Álex Vallejo

  • 25. D. Ward

    60'
  • 22. F. Campbell

Substitutes

  • 44. Joel Castro

  • 41. P. Jones

    68'
  • 17. D. Duhaney

  • 28. J. Brown

  • 27. R. Crichlow

  • 10. A. Pritchard

    85'
  • 49. S. High

  • 18. I. Mbenza

    60'
  • 36. K. Phillips

    85'
  • 33. B. Bialkowski

  • 14. S. Malone Goal

  • 4. S. Hutchinson

  • 5. J. Cooper

  • 23. D. McNamara Yellow Card

    75'
  • 8. B. Thompson

  • 6. S. Williams

    75'
  • 7. J. Wallace

    75'
  • 19. R. Woods Yellow Card

  • 18. R. Leonard

  • 22. J. Böðvarsson

    76'

Substitutes

  • 1. F. Fielding

  • 11. S. Ferguson

    75'
  • 12. M. Romeo

    75'
  • 15. A. Pearce

  • 25. T. Parrott

  • 13. K. Zohorè

    76'
  • 10. M. Smith

  • 20. M. Bennett

  • 9. T. Bradshaw

    75'

 

       

         

         

         

         

         

Simulation

Millwall vs Huddersfield Town

This is a very close match-up.
In 10,000 simulations Millwall won 34.3%, Huddersfield Town won 38.2% and there was a 27.5% chance of a draw.
Overall, the average simulation score is Millwall 1.4 to Huddersfield Town 1.5.
In simulation wins, Millwall averages 10.8 shots and 4.8 shots on goal.
They average 2.4 goals in simulated victories vs just 0.7 in simulation losses.
When Huddersfield Town wins they average 10.4 shots and 4.6 shots on goal.
They average 2.4 goals in simulated victories vs just 0.7 in simulation losses.

Huddersfield Town v Millwall

    Huddersfield Town 0 - 1 Millwall - Match Report

    Date published: 1/20/2021 10:36:04 PM

    Huddersfield Town 0 - 1 Millwall - Match Report

    Scott Malone returns to haunt Huddersfield as he nets winner for Millwall

    Millwall defender Scott Malone returned to Huddersfield to condemn his former club to a fourth consecutive defeat.

    The 29-year-old wing-back failed to net in 28 outings for the Terriers during a year-long spell that came to an end in 2018, but his fourth-minute strike proved enough to earn Millwall a 1-0 win – only their second Championship triumph in 16 contests.

    Fraizer Campbell squandered the hosts’ best chance of a point when he rattled the frame of the goal from the penalty spot early in the first half.

    Millwall made a purposeful start and reaped the reward as Malone grabbed his third goal of the season.

    The on-loan Derby defender sidefooted in off Terriers keeper Ryan Schofield’s right-hand post from 10 yards after Dan McNamara’s left-wing cross had been allowed to travel across the penalty box by a hesitant home defence.

    Carlos Corberan’s men then wasted their excellent opportunity to level the scores after 15 minutes when Ben Thompson got the wrong side of Lewis O’Brien and bundled into the back of the Huddersfield midfielder as he charged on to Rolando Aarons’ ball through the left channel.

    But former Manchester United forward Campbell sidefooted the subsequent spot-kick high to Bartosz Bialkowski’s right and against the crossbar.

    At the other end, Ryan Leonard’s ambitious long-range attempt was deflected away from goal, before another positive burst by O’Brien led to a Juninho Bacuna chance that he fired across the face of the away goal.

    Bialkowski also dived smartly to keep out Danny Ward’s shot on the turn following Harry Toffolo’s left-wing raid, while Lions skipper Shaun Hutchinson went close from a header with the last effort of the first half.

    The visitors dropped deep in numbers at the start of the second half and Huddersfield struggled to penetrate in the final third with Aarons wayward from 15 yards just before the hour.

    On a rare foray forward, meanwhile, Leonard had the ball in the home net, but his shot was ruled out by a puzzling offside flag.

    After 72 minutes, a stretching Naby Sarr could only stab wide of the Millwall goal as he was left unmarked at the far post for Bacuna’s corner and Huddersfield ended the game having failed to score at home for the first time since a 1-0 loss to Norwich on the opening day of the Championship season.

    The Lions, meanwhile, were left to celebrate their first victory at the John Smith’s Stadium in seven visits – a sequence stretching back almost 12 years to March 2009.

       

    Lineups

    Millwall

    ( 3-4-2-1 )

    • 33. B. Bialkowski

    • 14. S. Malone Goal

    • 4. S. Hutchinson

    • 5. J. Cooper

    • 23. D. McNamara Yellow Card

      75'
    • 8. B. Thompson

    • 6. S. Williams

      75'
    • 7. J. Wallace

      75'
    • 19. R. Woods Yellow Card

    • 18. R. Leonard

    • 22. J. Böðvarsson

      76'

    Substitutes

    • 1. F. Fielding

    • 11. S. Ferguson

      75'
    • 12. M. Romeo

      75'
    • 15. A. Pearce

    • 25. T. Parrott

    • 13. K. Zohorè

      76'
    • 10. M. Smith

    • 20. M. Bennett

    • 9. T. Bradshaw

      75'