Date: 11th January 2021 at 2:29pm
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The Cherries are back home in the rearranged game with Millwall (the Lions) the visitors to Dean Court on Tuesday night. This is AFCB first Championship game at home after three consecutive away games. Millwall are another side from our Championship winning season. They are in 17th position in the table on 25 points, 15 points taken away from home.

The Lions manager is Gary Rowett. He joined Millwall after Millwall legend Neil Harris, who is still the clubs leading goal scorer and later became their manager, quit. Just over a month later Harris became the Cardiff manager, where he is still today. Gary Rowett was the previous manager at Stoke City. Millwall signed one player midfielder Mason Bennett from Derby County for an undisclosed fee. They also brought in four players on loan. Our old player defender Scott Malone from Derby County, midfielder Ryan Woods from Stoke City, forwards Troy Parrott from Spurs and Kenneth Zohore from West Brom.

Millwall in their 21 games have drawn ten of them and have drawn the most in the Championship this season so far. In their away games they have beaten Rotherham United 0-1, Wycombe Wanderers 1-2 and both Preston N E and Bristol City 0-2. They have drawn with Norwich City, Sheffield Wednesday and Birmingham City 0-0. Millwall lost both at Swansea City and Blackburn Rovers 2-1 and Middlesbrough 3-0. At home, they have W 1, D 7, L 3.

The last time our two teams met in the league at Dean Court was in November 2014 when the game ended in a 2-2 draw. AFCB scorers were Steve Cook and Brett Pitman in a three-minute spell in the first half, they came back with two goals in the second half.

In all our home league games against Millwall, AFCB have W 17, D 8, L 10.
All competitions home and away, AFCB have W 27, D 12, L 38.

AFCB v Millwall





Millwall Win

Millwall Win

AFCB Team News
It was good to see Jack Stacey and Cameron Carter-Vickers involved in the Oldham game. Missing were still Arnaut Danjuma and Chris Mepham, Lloyd Kelly picked up a late injury so was not involved.

AFCB Player To Watch
Dominic Solanke, 9 league goals and 4 assists. In the last 11 games, has been scoring roughly in every other game, 7 in total, of which 4 were at home, a brace against both Reading and Huddersfield Town.

Millwall Team News
On the injury front, Connor Mahoney and Billy Mitchell have been missing.

Millwall Player To Watch
Tom Bradshaw has been on the score sheet in two of their last three league games. Jed Wallace is leading scorer with 6 goals.

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Notice that Millwall made eight changes for their Cup match with Boreham Wood at the weekend, albeit with a strong bench. So they should be fit and up for it. As with every match in this league, it will be a tough challenge. – Join the conversation, click here.

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