Lineups

Millwall

( 4-4-2 )

  • 33. B. Bialkowski

  • 4. S. Hutchinson

  • 3. M. Wallace

  • 5. J. Cooper

  • 8. B. Thompson

    75'
  • 6. S. Williams Yellow Card

  • 7. J. Wallace

  • 19. R. Woods Yellow Card

  • 18. R. Leonard

  • 10. M. Smith Goal

    76'
  • 20. M. Bennett

    57'

Substitutes

  • 1. F. Fielding

  • 14. S. Malone

    57'
  • 35. H. Muller

  • 17. J. Brown

  • 15. A. Pearce

  • 26. J. Skalák

  • 25. T. Parrott

    76'
  • 22. J. Böðvarsson

    75'
  • 9. T. Bradshaw

England - Championship

72' R. Woods 72' Yellow Card 72'  R. Woods 88' S. Williams 88' Yellow Card 88'  S. Williams 90' Dadi Boedvarsson 90' Yellow Card 90' 35' M. Smith 35' Goal 35'   Smith M. Smith 80' K. Moore 80' Goal 80'   Moore K. Moore
Millwall

Millwall

1 - 1

Cardiff City

Cardiff City

  • 35
    1 - 0
  • HT
    1 - 0
  • 80'
    1 - 1
  • Date: 21/11/2020
  • Time: 15:00
  • Venue: The New Den
  • Referee: Graham Scott
Millwall v Cardiff City - Preview

Date published: 11/19/2020 9:46:48 PM

Millwall v Cardiff City - Preview

Troy Parrott set for Millwall league debut against Cardiff

Millwall are expected to give a belated league debut to on-loan striker Troy Parrott at home to Cardiff.

The Tottenham teenager has played just 45 minutes of competitive football since swapping north for south London in August because of calf and ankle injuries.

But Parrott featured for the Republic of Ireland’s under-21 and senior sides during the international break and will be in the Lions’ squad for the Sky Bet Championship clash at The Den.

Fellow forward Kenneth Zohore (calf) misses out on the opportunity to feature against his former club, but midfielder Billy Mitchell could be fit enough to make the squad.

Cardiff manager Neil Harris marks a year in charge of the Bluebirds with a return to his old Millwall stomping ground.

But Harris is without playmaker Lee Tomlin, who has been ruled out for at least two months following groin surgery.

Tomlin’s stop-start campaign has seen him play just 22 minutes of football in Cardiff’s last seven matches.

Full-backs Greg Cunningham and Jordi Osei-Tutu are sidelined by hamstring injuries, with the latter still four weeks away from a return to first-team action.

 

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  • Championship
  • Round 12
  • The New Den
  • Graham Scott
  • 21 Nov, 15:00

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Lineups

Millwall
(4-4-2)
Cardiff City
(4-4-2)
  • 33. B. Bialkowski

  • 4. S. Hutchinson

  • 3. M. Wallace

  • 5. J. Cooper

  • 8. B. Thompson

    75'
  • 6. S. Williams Yellow Card

  • 7. J. Wallace

  • 19. R. Woods Yellow Card

  • 18. R. Leonard

  • 10. M. Smith Goal

    76'
  • 20. M. Bennett

    57'

Substitutes

  • 1. F. Fielding

  • 14. S. Malone

    57'
  • 35. H. Muller

  • 17. J. Brown

  • 15. A. Pearce

  • 26. J. Skalák

  • 25. T. Parrott

    76'
  • 22. J. Böðvarsson

    75'
  • 9. T. Bradshaw

  • 12. A. Smithies

  • 3. J. Bennett

  • 4. S. Morrison

  • 16. C. Nelson

  • 8. J. Ralls

  • 23. H. Wilson

  • 21. M. Pack

  • 7. L. Bacuna

  • 33. J. Hoilett

    61'
  • 9. R. Glatzel

    75'
  • 10. K. Moore Goal

Substitutes

  • 1. D. Phillips

  • 22. S. Bamba

  • 0. F. Benković

  • 32. J. Bagan

  • 11. J. Murphy

    75'
  • 6. W. Vaulks

  • 20. G. Whyte

  • 29. M. Harris

  • 27. S. Ojo

    61'

 

       

         

         

         

         

         

Simulation

Cardiff City vs Millwall

There is a 33.5% chance of a draw.
In simulations where the game is not a draw Cardiff City, at 40.5%, are solid favorites to beat Millwall who have a 26.0% chance at home.
Overall, the average simulation score is Cardiff City 1.0 to Millwall 0.8.
In simulation wins, Millwall upsets Cardiff City by averaging 8.6 shots and 3.8 shots on goal.
They average 1.8 goals in simulated victories vs just 0.3 in simulation losses.

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    Millwall 1 - 1 Cardiff City - Match Report

    Date published: 11/21/2020 9:24:15 PM

     Millwall 1 - 1 Cardiff City - Match Report

    Cardiff pick up a point on Neil Harris’ return to Millwall

    Teemu Pukki emerged from the bench to hit the winner to lift Norwich top of the Sky Bet Championship with a 1-0 win at Middlesbrough.

    It was a tale of two second-half penalties at the Riverside Stadium, where Boro’s 10-match unbeaten run came to an end.

    Middlesbrough had the first chance to take the lead from the spot early in the second half. But Marcus Tavernier’s costly slip when taking it, leading to a double touch, meant the opener was ruled out.

    However, Norwich striker Pukki made no mistake with 18 minutes remaining when he rolled into the bottom corner after Max Aarons was brought down by Hayden Coulson.

    That was the first goal conceded by Boro in 452 minutes of football and Pukki’s calmness was enough to extend the Canaries’ unbeaten run to eight games.

    Middlesbrough had the best opening of the first half when Norwich struggled to cause any real problems for Marcus Bettinelli in the home goal.

    That was largely because when the visitors, who started with Teessider Jordan Hugill in attack, did push on they found a Middlesbrough defence too strong with Dael Fry excellent at the heart of it.

    The nearest Norwich came to scoring was early on when Emiliano Buendia curled an effort from 22 yards just wide of Bettinelli’s right hand post.

    There was also a Lukas Rupp effort that was wayward following a decent run inside, while Fry made an excellent block to deny Przemyslaw Placheta.

    Aside from those it tended to be Middlesbrough doing the early pressing, even though Norwich goalkeeper Tim Krul was hardly seriously tested either.

    Former Boro defender Ben Gibson, back at the Riverside for the first time since leaving for Burnley in 2018, made a crucial block from a dangerous Djed Spence delivery just before the half hour.

    After that there was a routine catch for Krul from a Jonny Howson header and another strong low stop by the Dutchman when Marvin Johnson drilled low from space 20 yards from goal.

    The only other real talking point of that half was when Johnson was lucky to escape punishment for kicking out at Buendia, as the two tussled off the ball. Neither was booked.

    Referee Tony Harrington was in the thick of things soon after the break too when he pointed to the spot after Gibson tripped Tavernier.

    But the Boro man’s slip as he took the penalty resulted in the illegal double touch. Norwich were awarded a free-kick despite the ball ending in the net.

    The Canaries looked more dangerous after that. Buendia went close a couple of times and substitute Pukki shaved the side-netting before Warnock introduced young wingers Coulson and Sam Folarin.

    With 18 minutes left Coulson tripped Aarons in the area and Norwich had their chance from the spot. Pukki, unlike Tavernier, found the net without complication for his fifth goal of the season, sending Bettinelli the wrong way.

    Neither goalkeeper was posed many questions after that and Norwich did the job to secure the points.

    Lineups

    Cardiff City

    ( 4-4-2 )

    • 12. A. Smithies

    • 3. J. Bennett

    • 4. S. Morrison

    • 16. C. Nelson

    • 8. J. Ralls

    • 23. H. Wilson

    • 21. M. Pack

    • 7. L. Bacuna

    • 33. J. Hoilett

      61'
    • 9. R. Glatzel

      75'
    • 10. K. Moore Goal

    Substitutes

    • 1. D. Phillips

    • 22. S. Bamba

    • 0. F. Benković

    • 32. J. Bagan

    • 11. J. Murphy

      75'
    • 6. W. Vaulks

    • 20. G. Whyte

    • 29. M. Harris

    • 27. S. Ojo

      61'