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Legend says that Adams Park will crumble if Wycombe don’t have at least one former Millwall player in the squad. The path from South London to South Bucks has certainly been well-trodden in recent years, with Paris Cowan-Hall and Jason McCarthy boomeranging between the two – and Fred Onyedinma finally came home for good in the summer of 2019, following two loan spells in which the Wanderers faithful fell madly in love with the man who’d go on to score the goal that really sealed our place at Wembley last July.

Adebayo Akinfenwa turned out nine times for the Lions back in the 2007/08 season, while Ryan Allsop spent 2011/12 at The Den but didn’t make an appearance.

Meanwhile, Millwall’s back-up goalkeeper is Frank Fielding. Semi-believably still only 32, he featured 39 times for the Chairboys on loan from Blackburn in 2007/08, culminating in the League Two play-off semi-final defeat to Stockport.

That is passes leading to a shot – and Jacobson’s numbers from dead balls are among the very best in the league. In fact, only Stoke’s Sam Clucas – a fellow member of the left foot wand club – ranks ahead of him (1.8/90).

With a win over the Rams in this game, Barnsley will move level on points with Reading. However, they would need to win by seven goals to overtake the Royals in the standings on goal difference.

In their last match, Barnsley beat Birmingham City 1-0, with Daryl Dike scoring a beauty of a winner in that game.

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Derby are without a win in three games, and have lost their last two games. They have 38 points from 34 games so far, and are still not completely out of the woods in terms of the relegation battle.

In their last match, Rooney’s side lost 1-0 to Coventry City. They need a reaction to get back into form, but Barnsley might not be the ideal opponent for that, given their excellent form.

None of QPR playmaker Ilias Chair, Reading wonderkid Michael Olise or Norwich’s Emi Buendía – possibly the best player the second tier has ever seen – have been quite as creative as JJ from free-kicks and corners. Our Welsh wizard’s delivery is Championship quality and then some.*

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