Millwall take on Bolton at The Den on Saturday afternoon having won their last three home games.
Form at The Den has not been a problem for Millwall. All four league wins have come at home while the search for that elusive away win continues.
Millwall have kept only two clean sheets so far this season. and will feel that playing Bolton gives them a chance to improve that record. Phil Parkinson’s men have failed to score in eight of their last ten Championship games. The last goal that Bolton scored in the league was on the 20thOctober in a 1-1 draw at Rotherham. They are winless in the league since September 29th.
Millwall’s problem is completely different to the side they welcome this weekend. Scoring goals has not been a problem in recent games; the problem has been keeping them out. The Lions shipped two goals in stoppage time last time out to blow 3-2 lead at Norwich. Meaning they have now conceded 29 goals in the league this season.
Millwall will be without Ben Amos. The Goalkeeper is on loan from Bolton and can’t play against his parent club.
Neil Harris has no new injury concerns despite seeing six of his players leave for international duty over the last two weeks. He will however, be without Tom Bradshaw who will miss the remainder of the season with injury.
The Lions took four points off Phil Parkinson’s side last season with a 1-1 draw at The Den and a 2-0 win at the Macron Stadium in April, the last time the Lions won away from home.