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Team News: Millwall forced into three changes for their game away at Cardiff City

Nicky Bailey, Alan Dunne and Martyn Woolford all start for Millwall away at Cardiff City.

Millwall have made three changes to their starting XI for today's crucial game away at Cardiff City.

The relegation-threatened side have been forced into changes through a mixture of injuries and a suspension, as Shaun Cummings, Ed Upson and Shaun Williams all miss out.

Nicky Bailey starts in place of the injured Williams in midfield, while Irish defender Alan Dunne replaces Cummings.

Martyn Woolford starts in place of Upson, who was sent off in their last game against Wigan Athletic.

Cardiff, who sit safely in 13th place, have made one change to their side as Craig Noone comes in for Fabio in midfield.

Cardiff City: Marshall, Peltier, Malone, Ecuele Manga, Morrison, Whittingham, Gunnarsson, Ralls, Noone, Doyle, Mason.
Subs: Moore, Fabio, Adeyemi, O'Keefe, Pilkington, Kennedy, Harris.

Millwall: Forde, Dunne, Nelson, Beevers, Harding, Martin, Abdou, Bailey, Woolford, O'Brien, Gregory.
Subs: Archer, Hooiveld, Powell, Cowan-Hall, Gueye, Taylor-Fletcher, Fuller.

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