BY JAKE SANDERS
Neil Harris has shuffled his pack and made three changes for Millwall’s game at Hull City tonight.
Mahlon Romeo misses out on the entire squad and it looks like he will be replaced by Ben Marshall at right-back, although Ryan Leonard has played there in his time at Southend.
Elsewhere, Ben Thompson is rewarded for his impressive cameo against Preston North End on Saturday, a game in which he netted his first Championship goal and starts in place of Tom Elliott.
The final change sees Ryan Tunnicliffe handed a rare start in the league, in place of Shaun Williams, who also drops to the bench.
A second consecutive away victory will see the Lions open up a seven point gap on the bottom-three.
Millwall: Archer, Marshall, Hutchinson, Cooper, M. Wallace, J. Wallace, Tunnicliffe, Leonard, Thompson, Ferguson, Gregory. Subs: Martin, Pearce, Williams, O’Brien, Onyedinma, Morison, Elliott.
Hull City: Marshall, Lichaj, de Wijs, Pugh, Grosicki, Irvine, Kane, Bowen, Henriksen, Martin. Subs: Long, Sheaf, Ridgewell, McKenzie, Milinkovic, Evandro, Dicko.
IMAGES BY BRIAN TONKS
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