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Yeovil v Millwall (Preview)

How The Glovers get on in the games at Huish Park will play a key role in our bid to stay in the SkyBet Championship and we've got another of them tonight against one of those battling with us to stay up, Millwall.

Liam Davis might have returned against Leeds but Gary Johnson didn't want to take the risk but with a few more days to aide his recovery from injury he should at least be in the squad tonight.

Another in the same boat is Joe Ralls.

James Hayter missed out against Leeds and could be brought back in but Kieffer Moore and Ishmael Miller worked fairly well together up front against Leeds so they might get the nod again.

Millwall have a string of injury problems to contend with.

First choice goalkeeper David Forde is still missing so Stephen Bywater will continue in goal and Danny Shittu has a groin injury that might keep him out. Mark Beevers and Nicky Bailey have injuries and Shane Lowry is suspended.

Finally clarification seems to have come that Ed Upson isn't going to feature against us with the 'gentleman's agreement' going to be honoured.

Millwall are six points ahead of us at the moment, but we do have a game in hand, and they've not beaten us in the last five meetings we've had stretching back to the Millwall win at Huish Park in 2008.

A win tonight would also give us the double over them and that's something many clubs have done over us, or will be looking to do before the season ends.

This game tonight starts a run of key games at home against sides in and around the relegation zone in the next five or six weeks that we need to win, which if we don't means Millwall really open up a gap on us and we stay very much rooted to the foot of the SkyBet Championship table.

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Date:Tuesday February 11 2014

Time: 11:58AM

 

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