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Hello and welcome to coverage of Millwall's clash with Derby County.
Some early team news? That's Lee Gregory with Millwall's head physio, Paul Tanner, and Laurence Bloom, the head of sports science.
Gregory has been in conversation with the pair more than two hours before kick-off...
Here's Neil Harris on Derby and the job Frank Lampard and Jody Morris are doing:
I’m not surprised at all at how well Frank and Jody have done after putting together a really good squad. They were very intellectual football players and they’re really good characters.
Yes they’ve got some good players but they’ve got some young players as well so it takes the manager to look after those players. I fully expect them to be in the top six come the end of the season.
The game on Wednesday has different but equal pressures for both. We want to move away from the relegation zone and Derby need points because there’s an expectation on them from their fans to be in that top six. You take it for granted they should be in there.
There’s a lot of pressure on them on Wednesday. What we have to do is try to add to that pressure, make sure we’re very competitive and hard to beat like we have been the last couple of months. We want to build on the impressive record since Christmas Day.
Last season doesn’t come into it - different manager and different style of play. Last season we got beaten 3-0 but were the better team.
We can look at the game earlier in the season when we dominated the first half but Derby were better than us in the second half. It was a very close game but the teams have changed. We’ve got very different personnel to what we had that day and Derby will certainly have a different team as well.
MILLWALL TEAM TO PLAY DERBY: Archer; Romeo, Hutchinson, Cooper, M Wallace; Marshall, Leonard, Williams, Ferguson; J Wallace; Gregory.
MILLWALL SUBS: Martin, Thommo, Tunni, O'Brien, Moro, Fred, Elliott.
Two changes from the weekend: Hutch in for Pearce; Marshall in for O'Brien.
Could be a 4-4-1-1, with Jed in behind Gregory.
Here's the Derby County side:
What a win.
All the reaction coming up. Bye from here.