Millwall v Sheffield United team line-ups: Gregory and O’Brien start for the Lions

BY RICHARD CAWLEY

Lee Gregory and Aiden O’Brien are the changes made by Neil Harris for today’s home game against Sheffield United – with Tom Bradshaw and Jiri Skalak both losing their Millwall starting berths.

Winger Skalak was hooked at half-time in Tuesday’s EFL Cup defeat against Fulham and drops to the bench.

James Meredith, pictured above, starts despite an injection in his knee on Monday.

Ryan Leonard, cup-tied in midweek, faces Sheffield United just weeks after his club record transfer to the Lions.

Goalkeeper Jordan Archer is back on the bench for the Lions.

Shaun Hutchinson (knee) is not expected back until after the next international break.

Millwall dropped into the Championship bottom three after their loss to West Brom last weekend and have not had a league win since August 18.

Sheffield United are unchanged.

Millwall: Amos, Romeo, Cooper, Webster, Meredith, Williams, Leonard, J Wallace, O’Brien, Morison, Gregory. Subs: Archer, Ferguson, Bradshaw, Tunnicliffe, Elliott, M Wallace, Skalak.

Sheffield United: Henderson, Stevens, Fleck, O’Connell, Basham, Sharp, Egan, Norwood, McGoldrick, Freeman, Duffy. Subs: Moore, Lundstram, Clarke, Coutts, Stearman, Johnson, Washington.

IMAGES BY BRIAN TONKS


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