West Brom v Millwall preview
Last Updated: 21/09/18 3:10pm
Wes Hoolahan could make his full debut for West Brom in Saturday's Championship clash against Millwall at The Hawthorns.
The former Norwich midfielder climbed off the bench for his debut as the Baggies saw off Bristol City 4-2 on Tuesday, and could now slot into boss Darren Moore's starting XI.
Craig Dawson could captain West Brom again if regular skipper Chris Brunt takes a seat on the bench once more. Former Wolves winger Bakary Sako has been on trial with West Brom this week, but Saturday's clash should prove too soon for him to feature.
Millwall boss Neil Harris could be set to ring the changes after accusing his side of lacking leadership and personality during the midweek derby defeat to QPR. Captain Steve Morison was sent on in place of Tom Bradshaw at half-time of the 2-0 loss - making his 300th Lions appearance in the process - and he could be restored to the starting line-up for the trip to The Hawthorns.
Tom Elliott and Jiri Skalak also made second-half appearances at Loftus Road and will be hoping to have impressed Harris, who admitted he would have changed all 11 of his side at half-time given the chance. Defender Shaun Hutchinson has not featured since last month's defeat to Sheffield Wednesday due to a knee injury and it remains to be seen when he is available again.
West Bromwich Albion and Millwall haven't met since April 2004 in the second tier - both Darren Moore and Neil Harris featured for their respective clubs during that game, a 1-1 draw.
Millwall have lost three of their last four away league visits to the Hawthorns, winning 2-0 in the other in October 2001 with a Richard Sadlier brace.
West Brom have scored 20 goals in their eight games so far this season, their most at this stage of a campaign since 2009-10, when they were promoted to the Premier League.
Millwall are without a win in five league games (D1 L4), their longest run since November 2017 (six).
West Brom striker Jay Rodriguez has scored in three of his four league games against Millwall (three goals), though he hasn't faced them since the 2011-12 season.
No side have lost more points from leading positions in the Championship this season than Millwall (7).
David Prutton predicts: 3-1 (14/1 with Sky Bet)