Barnsley v Millwall preview
Last Updated: 15/03/18 5:44pm
Barnsley midfielder Joe Williams is an injury doubt for the home game against Millwall.
Everton loanee Williams, withdrawn late on in the midweek draw against Norwich, is struggling with a back problem and will be assessed. Boss Jose Morais is expected to rotate his squad again after making five changes in both the Reds' last two matches.
Morais has no other new injury or suspension worries but central defender Matt Mills remains sidelined after missing the last five matches due to an ankle injury.
Millwall are boosted by the return to contention of Aiden O'Brien, who has been out since January. O'Brien returned to action for the under-23s earlier in the week following his recovery from ankle ligament damage and could be included in the squad.
Boss Neil Harris has no new selection concerns as his in-form side bid to extend their unbeaten league run to eight matches. Defender Byron Webster, sidelined since October with knee ligament damage, remains the Lions' only absentee.
Including a play-off final win in May 2016, Barnsley have won their last five league matches against Millwall.
The Lions have won one of their last eight league trips to Oakwell (D1 L6), a 3-1 victory in January 2012 with Darius Henderson scoring a hat-trick.
Barnsley's average starting XI age in the Championship this season has been 23 years and 345 days, the youngest in the division.
Only Fulham (15 matches) are on a longer unbeaten run in the Championship currently than Millwall (11).
Oliver McBurnie has scored six Championship goals for Barnsley - all six have been assisted by different players (Gardner, Thiam, Moore, Potts, Knasmüllner and Yiadom).
The Tykes have used the joint-most players in the Championship this season (34, level with Sunderland), while Millwall have used the fewest (24).