Norwich City v Millwall team line-ups: Jed Wallace and McLaughlin land starting spots at Carrow Road


Jed Wallace and Conor McLaughlin are the only changes made by Millwall manager Neil Harris for today’s Championship clash at Norwich City.

Wallace always looked as if he would return to the starting line-up after last weekend’s 2-0 defeat at Brentford and he replaces Jiri Skalak.

There is also a change at right-back as Northern Ireland international McLaughlin is selected ahead of Mahlon Romeo.

Tom Bradshaw is missing from the match day 18.

Millwall have yet to win on the road this season and have lost six of their last seven on their travels. In three of their last five they have failed to score.

The history books don’t make for good reading with the Lions last taking three points at Carrow Road 50 years ago.

Millwall had managed four points away from The Den at the same stage of last season. This time around they have secured a point at Blackburn Rovers and Nottingham Forest.

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

Norwich City: Krul, Zimmerman, Leitner, Lewis, Klose, Buendia, Stiepermann, Pukki, Hernandez, Tettey, Aarons. Subs: McGovern, Godfrey, Marshall, Vrancic, Rhodes, Trybull, Cantwell.

Millwall players on the pitch before the game

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