Millwall vs Crystal Palace match preview

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On Saturday, Crystal Palace travels to Millwall for an FA Cup third-round match at The Den in southeast London.

Millwall has had a good season in the Championship thus far, and they are now in 11th place in the table. While They lost 3-2 at Bristol City on Sunday to begin the 2022 season. And will be hoping for a better outcome here.

Crystal Palace is currently at 11th place in the Premier League table. While on Saturday, they, too, lost 3-2 at home to West Ham United in their first game of the season.

Head-to-Head record of Millwall vs Crystal Palace

So far, the two clubs have faced off 97 times in all competitions. With 39 victories over their local opponents, the home team currently has the upper hand.

Crystal Palace had 29 wins for the season, with only one coming in the last ten games. While In this match, the prizes have been shared 30 times.

The last time the two sides met was at Saturday’s venue during the 2012-13 Championship season. The game concluded in a stalemate with no goals scored.

Millwall recent form (Championship): L-W-L-W-L

Crystal Palace recent form (EPL): L-W-L-D-W

Team News for Millwall vs. Crystal Palace


For the hosts, Jed Wallace remains a major question mark. Before the game, he must pass a late fitness test. The Lions’ remaining absentees are shown below :

Knee injury for Daniel Ballard

Ryan Leonard is out with an ankle injury.

Personal motives for George Saville

Murray Wallace is absent for personal reasons.

Connor Mahoney is out with a hamstring injury.

Illness – Danny McNamara

Daniel Ballard and Ryan Leonard are both injured.

Jed Wallace and Connor Mahoney are both doubtful.

While George Saville, Murray Wallace, and Danny McNamara are all unavailable.

No one has been suspended.

Crystal Palace 

Due to a hamstring issue, James McArthur will almost certainly miss the game. Wilfried Zaha, Jordan Ayew, and Cheikhou Kouyate have arrived for the AFCON 2021 national camp. Conor Gallagher is a game-time decision. The Eagles’ remaining absentees are listed below.

COVID-19 Nathaniel Clyne

James McArthur has been injured.

Conor Gallagher is sceptical.

No one has been suspended.

While Wilfried Zaha, Jordan Ayew, Cheikhou Kouyate, and Nathaniel Clyne are all unavailable.

Millwall may have defensive issues against Palace due to a lack of defensive reinforcements before the game. Crystal Palace is the second-best team in this match, but they have come a long way since the two sides last met in 2013.

Patrick Vieira is anticipated to beat a Millwall team that is depleted, and a narrow victory for the Premier League club appears to be the most likely conclusion.

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