Millwall v Swansea City team line-ups  – One change as Lions aim for four wins in a row

BY ALEX GRACE

Millwall have made one change as they bid to win four successive Championship games for the first time under Gary Rowett, against Swansea City this lunchtime.

Maikel Kieftenbeld comes in to replace Ken Zohore, who is on the bench. Jed Wallace and Mason Bennett, who combined to score the winner at Stoke, start up front together.

Ryan Woods who was ineligible to face Stoke on Monday is back in the squad but only makes the bench, with Kieftenbeld slotting in alongside Billy Mitchell and George Evans.

Steve Cooper’s Swans have lost their last four games in the league in a row all without scoring. They include Jamal Lowe in their starting line-up – he has been a previous transfer target for the Lions. Lowe is part of a front three that includes Andre Ayew and Wayne Routledge.

Millwall: Bialkowski; McNamara, Cooper, Pearce, M Wallace, Malone; Evans, Mitchell, Kieftenbeld; J Wallace, Bennett  Subs: Fielding, Romeo, Williams, Ferguson, Woods, Bradshaw, Bodvarsson, Zohore, Mahoney.

Swansea City: Woodman; Naughton, Bennett, Guehi, Manning; Grimes, Fulton, Hourihane; Lowe, Ayew, Routledge Subs: Hamer, Cabango, Bidwell, Roberts, Latibeaudiere, Dhanda, Smith, O’Cooper, Whittaker.

 


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