Lions take on Baggies
13/08/19 Reverse order Timestamp format
And...here we go again.
It's the second trip to Birmingham in four days and it will be a much-changed Lions side from the 1-1 Championship draw on Saturday.
Here's what we're predicting the starting XI to be:
Steele; McCarthy, Hutchinson, Cooper, Ferguson; Skalak, Molumby, Leonard, O'Brien; Bradshaw, Bodvarsson.
We spoke to Jayson Molumby recently.
Here's a bit extra that didn't go in the paper.
On making his senior professional debut for Brighton in this competition as an 18-year-old, a 1-0 win over Barnet two years ago:
It was crazy, I made my debut against Barnet. I did well and played the next one against Bournemouth.
Shortly after that I did my knee and was out for 15 months, that was difficult as things were just starting for me.
On his footballing hero when he was a young las in Waterford, Ireland:
Every young Irish fan when they were growing up, it was Roy Keane 100 per cent.
When I was younger I actually played as a striker, I scored a few goals. But the higher you go you realise you won’t make it as a striker, I’m not quick enough.
Here's Baggies skipper Chris Brunt on tonight's game, with Slaven Bilic also set to make changes to his first-choice side:
This game gives a chance for the manager to take a good look at a few of the players that haven’t played yet.
The lads did well at Nottingham Forest and he stuck with the same team against Millwall, so it’s a chance for some of us to go out and show what we can do.
And it’s obviously nice to have a home game. Sometimes you get to the cup games at this stage of the season and are hoping they’re not too far away because there are lots of matches coming up.
After the game on Saturday I said to one of their lads ‘all the best for the season’, and then remembered afterwards that we’re playing them again on Tuesday night!
It’s a bit weird, but it’s one of those things. We’ve seen plenty of what they’re about on the weekend, and the same for them with us.
It’s up to us to try and take a few things from the game on Saturday, be a little bit better and try to win the game.
Obviously we’ve got a decent squad of players now, and only 14 can be involved in a league game so it’s important for the lads that aren’t involved that we do have the opportunity to play competitive games, and staying in the cup is a big part of that.
Let’s hope we can do that. You just never know, once you’re through to the next round you’re in the lap of the gods with the draw - especially in this competition.
We reckon the Hutch will come in for this man this evening.
MILLWALL TEAM TO PLAY WEST BROM: Steele; McCarthy, Hutchinson, M Wallace, Ferguson; Skalak, Molumby, Leonard, O'Brien; Bodvarsson, Bradshaw.
MILLWALL SUBS: Bialkowski, Romeo, Cooper, Williams, Thompson, Mahoney, Smith.
Here is the West Brom side:
Eight changes for Millwall - with debuts for Luke Steele and Jayson Molumby - and nine changes for the Baggies.
All the reaction coming up.
Bye from here.