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Cardiff recorded their biggest win of the season in midweek as they completely outplayed struggling Peterborough United in a 4-0 victory.
Joe Ralls, Aden Flint, Jordan Hugill and Uche Ikpeazu all got on the scoresheet as the Bluebirds moved 12 points clear of their opponents and the bottom three.
Manager Steve Morison scored 92 goals in 336 appearances for Millwall as a player, winning promotion from League One twice and being named the club’s Player of the Year in 2016-17. This will be his first time returning to The Den as a coach.
Cardiff – who have not won four league matches in a row since February last year – rank in the top half of the Championship’s ‘away’ table, with 19 of their 32 points (59%) coming on the road.
The Welsh outfit’s 3-1 win over Millwall in this season’s reverse fixture in August ended a run of seven successive draws between the two sides. It means that the Lions have not beaten the Bluebirds since October 2014.
Scott Malone missed Millwall’s defeat to Fulham in midweek due to a hamstring injury and is likely to be absent again.
There could be a return for Arsenal loanee Dan Ballard though – the centre-back has not featured since undergoing knee surgery at the start of December.
Jed Wallace and George Saville will be pushing for starts having returned from the sidelines to make the bench on Tuesday.
Steve Morison could name an unchanged Cardiff team after such an impressive performance against Peterborough on Wednesday.
That will mean that Perry Ng will continue as a makeshift centre-back with Sean Morrison and Curtis Nelson sidelined.
Uche Ikpeazu has two goals in two substitute appearances since signing on loan from Middlesbrough, so may be handed a start.
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Millwall possible starting lineup:
Bialkowski; Hutchinson, Cooper, Pearce; McNamara, Kieftenbeld, Saville, M. Wallace; J. Wallace; Afobe, Burke
Cardiff City possible starting lineup:
Smithies; Drameh, Ng, Flint, McGuinness, Bagan; Doyle, Wintle, Ralls; Davies, Hugill