Millwall v Swansea City team line-ups: Start for on-loan Stoke midfielder as former Charlton loanee makes South London return


Gary Rowett has made one change to the Millwall side that drew 0-0 against Barnsley at Oakwell on Saturday afternoon.

Ryan Woods replaces Jayson Molumby in the starting 11, with the Republic of Ireland U21 international starting on the bench.

Murray Wallace continues in central defence alongside both Shaun Hutchinson and  Jake Cooper, who makes his 116th consecutive start for the Lions. Cooper has played every minute of the previous 115 fixtures.

Ben Thompson, who came on as a substitute against the Tykes on Saturday, is once again on the bench as is Alex Pearce.

Swansea name former Charlton Athletic midfielder Conor Gallagher in their starting line-up, he had a loan spell at The Valley earlier this season. On-loan Liverpool striker Rhian Brewster is also in the starting line up for the Swans.

Millwall: Bialkowski; Romeo, Hutchinson, Cooper, M Wallace , Ferguson; Woods, Williams; Bennett, Bradshaw, J Wallace. Subs: Steele, Pearce, Mitchell, Molumby, Thompson, Skalak, Mahoney, Smith, Leonard.

Swansea: Woodman, Naughton, Wilmot, Cabango, Bidwell, Byers, Grimes, Dhanda, Gallagher, Ayew, BrewsterSubs: Mulder, Guehi, Roberts, Fulton, Celina, Kalulu, Dyer, Routledge, Cullen.


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