Millwall v Aston Villa preview
Last Updated: 04/05/18 11:17am
Tim Cahill is banned when Millwall face Aston Villa in the Sky Bet Championship on Sunday.
Cahill is out for the second game of a three-match ban for violent conduct, retrospectively given by the Football Association following the game against Fulham. Defender Mahlon Romeo (groin) and midfielder Ben Webster (knee wound) came off during the loss to Middlesbrough, but neither has been ruled out by Millwall boss Neil Harris.
The Lions have a mathematical chance of joining Villa in the play-offs, but their bid for promotion will almost certainly have to wait until next season.
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Neil Taylor and Birkir Bjarnason will likely miss out for Villa. Left-back Taylor has a hamstring injury and midfielder Bjarnason a calf problem.
With the play-offs ahead, Villa could make changes for the final game of the regular season. Defender John Terry, who has been managing an ankle injury, could be one of the players rested. Alan Hutton replaced Taylor in the draw with Derby, while forward Jonathan Kodjia came off the substitutes' bench and could start.
The Lions have won their last five home matches against Villa in all competitions, although this is their first meeting since an FA Cup tie in January 2013.
Villa haven't faced Millwall away from home in a league match since December 1989 - they lost 2-0.
Millwall are unbeaten in their last nine home matches on the final day of a league season (W7 D2) since losing 1-0 to Luton at the Den in 1998-99.
Aston Villa, meanwhile, haven't won their last match in a league season since 2010-11, when they beat Liverpool - they've drawn two and lost four since.
Villa have scored 17 headed goals this campaign - more than any other side in the division.
Millwall's Jordan Archer has made seven errors leading to goals this campaign, more than any other player in the division.