Millwall v Huddersfield team line-ups – Rowett rings the changes for season finale

BY ALEX GRACE

Gary Rowett has made seven changes to the side that lost 4-3 at QPR on Saturday as Millwall face Huddersfield in their final game of an interrupted Championship season.

Murray Wallace returns to the side for Alex Pearce, who is not included in the match day squad.

Shaun Williams and Ben Thompson return to the starting 11, the academy product making his first start since the defeat to Middlesbrough in early July. They replace Ryan Woods and Ryan Leonard with the on-loan Stoke man not in the squad.

Jayson Molumby comes back into the side for what is his final game before he returns to parent club Brighton.

Connor Mahoney starts and James Brown makes his first ever league start for the Lions.

Mahlon Romeo and Jed Wallace are both missing from the matchday 18.

Matt Smith replaces Tom Bradshaw up front.

Millwall youngsters Tyler Burey, Hayden Muller and Junior Tiensia are all on the bench.

Huddersfield also make seven changes.  They include the likes of former Charlton striker Karlan Grant and Alex Pritchard in their starting lineup.

Millwall: Bialkowski; M Wallace, Cooper, Hutchinson; Brown, Williams, Molumby, Ferguson; Thompson, Smith, Mahoney. Subs: Steele, Muller, Tiensia, Mitchell, Leonard, Burey, Skalak, Bodvarsson, Bradshaw

Huddersfield: Coleman; Toffolo, Stearman, Grant, Pritchard, Mouine, Schindler, King, Duhaney, O’Brien, Rowe. Subs: Lossl, Hogg, Chalobah, Willock, Brown, Smith Rowe, Obiero, Daly, High.


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