BY RICHARD CAWLEY
Neil Harris says he cannot afford to take any risks with his team selection for tomorrow afternoon’s FA Cup tie against Hull City.
The two Championship sides meet at The Den in a 2pm kick-off.
Harris said: “It’s a competition I always respect and we have very much enjoyed. So yes, it’s a game we want to win.
“We have won three games in a row – of course we want to progress. But for us the league is the utmost priority – securing points in that.
“With the injuries we have got, I have got to make sure we don’t take any risks with anybody. I’ll judge towards the weekend how people are looking and feeling on the back of three games in a short space of time.
“I’ll also have to look at the opportunity to give some players some minutes.”
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