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Predicted Leeds United and Millwall line-ups: Key change for Redfearn

Here are the potential teams for Leeds United against Millwall this weekend.

To be played on Saturday 14th February 2015 at 15:00. Venue: Elland Road, Leeds

Odds: Leeds 6/5, Draw 5/2, Millwall 13/5

Leeds United head into the Championship game against Millwall looking for a fourth win in five games.

The recent form of the side has been superb and has allowed them to climb up to 17th in the table and another win will nudge them further up towards mid-table.

Leeds will be without Tommaso Bianchi, who has suffered a knee problem (as reported by the Yorkshire Evening Post), but the manager has a very large squad of players at his disposal to call on.

The Leeds Twitter account also quoted Redfearn as suggesting that defender Liam Cooper is ‘struggling’ to be fit in time for the game.

Millwall go into this game under heavy pressure because they’re currently locked inside the Championship’s bottom three.

A win in this game will do their survival chances some good and put pressure on the other teams around them.

Ian Holloway was left delighted after the win against Birmingham City and is likely to stress that his team go into this game as the underdogs and can use that to their advantage as they’re not under pressure.

Leeds predicted lineup

  • Marco Silvestri
  • Giuseppe Bellusci
  • Sam Byram
  • Charlie Taylor
  • Sol Bamba
  • Scott Wootton
  • Rodolph Austin
  • Lewis Cook
  • Alex Mowatt
  • Luke Murphy
  • Steve Morison

“We’ve eased things a little bit. The three points at Reading mean we’re nearer to the 50-point mark but there are lots of games to play still.”
Neil Redfearn

Millwall predicted lineup

  • David Forde
  • Mark Beevers
  • Shaun Cummings
  • Alan Dunne
  • Dan Harding
  • Jos Hooiveld
  • Lee Martin
  • Shaun Williams
  • Martyn Woolford
  • Diego Fabbrini
  • Stefan Maierhofer

“I want to start trying to win on a regular basis. It hasn't been happening but hopefully with this group we can play as well as we did tonight get some confidence and try and do that at home which would help”
Ian Holloway

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