Millwall vs NFFC



In the 19th round taking place last weekend, Nottingham lost to Cardiff City 0-1 at the City Ground. As a result, the collective under coach Sabri Lamouchi has been beaten far behind with the gap of 8 points (32 compared to 40). It is worth mentioning that, even though they are 4th, they are only 1 point better than the 7th team.


If you do not want to be knocked out of the top 6, rather than holding on to the hope of competing for 2 direct promotion tickets, Nottingham needs to return immediately. In other words, they have to deal neatly with the Millwall home team in round 20. However, looking at the present and the past, leaving The Den with 3 points maximum is not a simple task for Nottingham.

Although standing in the second half of the table, but Millwall is 4-match unbeaten, earning a total of 8/12 maximum points. In terms of truss performance, they won 3, lost 1. At home, teachers and teachers Gary Rowett have not known to lose since the end of September. In the last 5 receptions, Millwall won 3, drew 2. More impressively, no match They'll net the opponent less than 2 times.

Last season, Millwall was unbeaten in both encounters with Notttingham. In the first leg at City Ground, Coach Rowett's army drew 2-2. In the second leg at home, they won 1-0. Notably, this is the 2nd consecutive victory at Millwall's home field against the red shirt team. In the context of the house, the house listed the difference ranges from 0: 0 to 0: 1/4, so trust in the home side.  


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