BY RICHARD CAWLEY
Millwall manager Neil Harris has made four changes for today’s home game against Championship pace-setters Norwich City.
The Lions are without Murray Wallace (ankle and knee damage) and Ben Marshall, who cannot face his parent club. Ryan Leonard and Ryan Tunnicliffe drop to the bench.
Mahlon Romeo, unwell in midweek, is fit to return at right-back while James Meredith (calf) returns and slots in to replace Wallace. It is the Australian international’s first involvement since January 12.
Shaun Williams and Steve Morison are the other players coming in.
Millwall are without Tom Bradshaw (knee) and Conor McLaughlin (quad).
Norwich City are the highest scorers in the Championship and have also netted the most away goals – 31.
Millwall have not lost back-to-back league games at The Den since October 2016.
The Lions were 4-0 winners in the corresponding fixture last season.
The hosts will have to keep Teemu Pukki quiet. The Finn scored twice in the 4-3 victory for Norwich in the reverse fixture and he has been involved in 30 of their Championship goals this season – 23 goals and seven assists.
PICTURE BY BRIAN TONKS