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EFL: Millwall vs Swans

Millwall 17:00 Swansea

Millwall and Swansea City met at The Den on Tuesday night when both lost significant foothold in the race to take a place in the promotion play-off round. 

While Swansea is 4 points behind Welsh rival Cardiff City, Millwall have had 1 point less after failing to win 1 of their 2 matches since resuming.

After winning an unbeaten match 3 together with the coronavirus pandemic, Millwall captain Gary Rowett will confidently extend the resumption. However, they have only 1 point from matches with Derby County and Millwall now face a tough task just to compete for Premier League promotion next season. However, Rowett will see the home match against opponents right above them and the next three matches against teams looking to avoid relegation as an open opportunity. Millwall is taking a spot in the top 8, given and will be without Jordan Garrick, who received a red card after replacing Luton. By stopping all physical or fatigue problems in the ranks, Cooper was able to keep the starting lineup. If there is a replacement, midfielder Joe Rodon and winger Wayne Routledge seem to be in the best position to play.

Swansea missed the chance to win the maximum points on the weekend, losing at home to Luton Town at the bottom of the table. Since turning four times in the first half at Middlesbrough last weekend, Swansea has not scored in three matches, a record that will naturally concern Steve Cooper. The Welsh club currently has the second worst scoring record, after Millwall himself and the worst of the top 13 teams. Liverpool loaner Rhian Brewster produced his best performances from Liberty Stadium, scoring all his goals in the away field. Striker Matt Smith is likely to return to midfield, potentially replacing Tom Bradshaw and Ryan Woods are also promoting a starting position in midfield.