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Millwall vs Wycombe Wanderers
Saturday 20th February 2021, k.o. 3pm GMT
Sky Bet Championship
A day trip to the capital awaits the Chairboys on Saturday as they hunt down three points to avenge the frustrating midweek loss to Derby County, in which Gareth Ainsworth's men produced one of their performances of the season only to leave empty-handed.
The Wycombe boss made his debut as a player for the club at this very venue in 2009 and has returned three times since as a manager - in each of the three different cup competitions - winning on his last two visits.
Now the sides are reunited in the Championship, in the reverse of the fixture that yielded Wanderers' maiden goal at this level when Scott Kashket opened the scoring in a 2-1 defeat at Adams Park.
That was one of four wins for the Lions from their first eight league games and while they embarked on a laboured run of form at the end of 2020, they're currently unbeaten in seven - winning their last three.
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Last Time Out
Here are the highlights from the 2-1 win for the Lions at Adams Park:
Joe Jacobson was sidelined in midweek as a result of a muscle strain picked up at Huddersfield, while Adebayo Akinfenwa also missed out with a knee problem. Both will be assessed before the weekend, with Akinfenwa potentially in line for a return to the club he represented seven times in 2007.
Millwall could be without defender Jake Cooper, who picked up a knock in midweek, and Alex Pearce is on standby to come into the side. Murray Wallace, Ryan Leonard Shaun Williams, Connor Mahoney and Kenneth Zohore all look set to miss out.
Wanderers will be in their red and white third strip.
Man in the Middle
Jarred Gillett has shown 67 yellow cards and two reds in his 20 games so far this season, which included Wanderers' 3-1 loss to Middlesbrough last month.
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