Millwall manager Neil Harris has made three changes for today’s match at Sunderland – with Tom Elliott brought into the starting line-up in place of Steve Morison.
The experienced striker drops to the bench and Tony Craig also loses his spot as Jake Cooper, who has completed a one-match ban, partners Shaun Hutchinson in central defence.
Shane Ferguson is the final switch, an enforced one with Jed Wallace beginning a three-match suspension for his dismissal against Burton Albion.
Millwall: Archer, McLaughlin, Cooper, Hutchinson, Meredith, O’Brien, Saville, Tunnicliffe, Ferguson, Gregory, Elliott. Subs: Martin, Craig, Thompson, Onyedinma, Romeo, Morison, Twardek.
Sunderland: Ruiter, Matthews, Oviedo, O’Shea, Wilson, Cattermole, McNair, Williams, Watmore, McGeady, Grabban. Subs: Steele, Rodwell, Vaughan, Gibson, McManaman, Browning, Honeyman.
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