Millwall v Coventry City team line-ups: Zohore returns to Lions squad with Woods replacing Leonard

Kenneth Zohore is back in Millwall’s squad for today’s Championship home game against Coventry City.

The Danish striker has been out with a calf problem but is on the bench for Gary Rowett’s side.

The Lions chief only makes one change to the side which drew 1-1 with Nottingham Forest on December 19, Ryan Woods replacing Ryan Leonard.

Zohore has been unavailable since October 28. He came off with his injury after scoring against Preston North End at Deepdale.

The SE16 outfit are still without winger Connor Mahoney and central midfielder Billy Mitchell.

Millwall’s last victory at The Den was against Luton Town on October 20 – a run of seven league matches.

The Sky Blues are winless in their last four games and have not scored a goal during that period. They are one of five clubs in the division who have only picked up one victory on the road.

Millwall: Bialkowski, Romeo, Hutchinson, Cooper, M Wallace, Woods, Williams, J Wallace, Bennett, Bodvarsson, Bradshaw. Subs: Fielding, Malone, Leonard, Thompson, Ferguson, Burey, Smith, Zohore, Parrott.

Coventry: Wilson, Ostigard, McFadzean, O’Hare, Sheaf, Hyam, McCallum, Dabo, Godden, Shipley, Hamer. Subs: Camp, Allen, Biamou, Hilssner, Giles, Bakayoko, Thompson, Dacosta, Bapaga.

 


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