Millwall vs Bolton preview
Last Updated: 23/11/18 4:22pm
Millwall will be without Ben Amos for their Sky Bet Championship clash with Bolton as the goalkeeper is on loan from the Trotters.
Amos has been first-choice for Neil Harris since joining for the season but is ineligible against his parent club, with Jordan Archer and David Martin competing to come in. The Lions were beaten 4-3 at Norwich before the international break and Harris could be tempted into changes as a result.
Millwall had six players on international duty but all have returned unscathed, while Jed Wallace is likely to celebrate a new contract by starting in midfield.
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Bolton could be given a fitness boost by the timely return of midfielder Gary O'Neil. The 35-year-old has been absent with a calf problem but is back in contention to help out Phil Parkinson's side, who are without a win since September.
Fellow midfielder Stephen Ireland has also been suffering with a calf issue but will not be risked this time out. Bolton were beaten 1-0 at home to Swansea ahead of the international break and sit 23rd in the table.
Millwall are looking to record back-to-back league victories over Bolton for the first time since March 1974.
Bolton have only lost one of their last nine league games against Millwall (W5 D3), however that defeat did come in this fixture last season (0-2 in April).
Millwall have won 88% of their points in the Championship this season in home games (14/16); the highest ratio of any team in the competition.
56% of Bolton's points in the Championship this season have been won away from home (9/16); the highest ratio of any team in the competition.
Millwall's Jake Cooper has been directly involved in more goals than any other defender in the Championship this season (8 - two goals and six assists).
Bolton have scored just 11 goals in the Championship this season; their joint-fewest after 17 games of a league campaign alongside 2015-16 when they were relegated from the second tier.
Millwall looked to have turned a corner a couple of weeks ago but a couple of defeats on the spin have pushed them right back into the relegation shake-up.
They could barely have a better opponent right now than Bolton, though. Phil Parkinson's side have one point from their last seven games and have scored just a single goal in that time. You have to fancy Millwall to edge this one.
David Prutton predicts: 1-0 (5/1 with Sky Bet)