Last Updated: 07/12/18 1:15pm
Millwall have Ryan Leonard available for selection for the visit of Hull.
Leonard was sent off after 30 minutes when Millwall were beaten 2-0 by Birmingham at the end of November.
He served his one-match ban last weekend when the Lions came from a goal down to draw 1-1 at Bristol City through Shaun Williams’ goal 12 minutes from time. With Williams injured, Leonard will take his place in Millwall’s midfield.
Hull are expected to be without defenders Reece Burke and Eric Lichaj after both sustained injuries in last week’s win at QPR. Burke (calf) and Lichaj (hamstring) had not returned to training by Thursday, while Stephen Kingsley remains doubtful after spending six weeks out with a hip problem.
Midfielder Evandro and forward Jon Toral are still unavailable due to respective calf injuries and striker Nouha Dicko is “touch and go” after being sidelined for a month with a hamstring problem. Angus MacDonald (deep vein thrombosis) and James Weir (knee) remain long-term absentees.
Millwall have failed to score in their last two home league games against Hull (D1 L1) having scored six in the two games before that (4-0 and 2-0).
Hull haven’t lost consecutive league matches against Millwall since April 2011.
Millwall are without a win in five league games (D2 L3), conceding 10 goals in the process.
Hull boss Nigel Adkins has lost his last three matches against Millwall having lost just one of his first 12 against the Lions (W9 D2).
Hull City are unbeaten in three away league games (W2 D1), after losing the previous five in a row.
Since the start of last season, Hull’s Jarrod Bowen has scored 20 league goals; more than any other player at the club.
It’s turning into a really tough season for Millwall, despite the fact they nicked a decent away point at Bristol City on Sunday they still start the weekend in the relegation zone.
Winning at QPR would have been a huge confidence boost for Hull, and they will fancy their chances in London again on Saturday. This has got draw written all over it for me, though.
David Prutton predicts: 0-0 (9/1 with Sky Bet)