Millwall Rowett will be unable to summon the services of young forward Tyler Burey, who remains sidelined with a hip injury. Scott Malone and Ryan Leonard will also be unavailable for tomorrow's trip, with the latter having not kicked a ball in anger since August. Likely lineups Cardiff (4-2-3-1) Allsop; Ng, McGuinness, Kipre, O'Dowda; Wintle, Rinomhota; Ojo, Sawyers, Philogene-Bidace; Robinson Millwall (5-2-1-2) Long; McNamara, Hutchinson, Cooper, Wallace, Styles; Mitchell, Honeyman; Flemming; Bradshaw, Volgsammer Key players Cardiff - Callum O’Dowda Whereas some of Cardiff's extensive summer recruits have taken time to adapt, former-Bristol City man O'Dowda started as he meant to go on and has surfaced as a beacon of consistency over the course of the campaign. What is even more impressive is that he has managed to become so reliable and effective in two different positions.
There is even internal speculation that the former-Oxford United flyer could go on to play in the Premier League, should he continue to operate in this position. Millwall - Zian Flemming Apathy fell around The Den upon the departure of long-serving star attacker Jed Wallace to West Bromwich Albion over the Summer, although Millwall's very own 'Flying Dutchman' has ensured the filling of the void. After accumulating an admirable return of 35 goal involvements in the two seasons prior to his Eredivisie exit, Flemming has picked up where he left off with 10 strikes from just 23 outings, providing the clinical edge to propel his side towards top-six contention.
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Cardiff vs Millwall: Championship Preview, Gameweek 28, 2023Interim manager Dean Whitehead is set to make his Championship dugout debut as his side host Millwall this weekendCallum Robinson gets on the ball during Cardiff City's 2-0 defeat at Millwall back in September // (Photo by Cardiff City FC/Getty Images)The managerial door continues to revolve at Cardiff City, with Dean Whitehead becoming the third manager to take the reins this term amid a relegation dogfight for the second year running.
Team news Cardiff Many have attributed the wretched bill of health within the Bluebirds camp as a partial reason for their struggles all season. But, barring the long-term absences of Jamilu Collins and Ebou Adams, coupled with a lengthy lay-off for former Lions full-back Mahlon Romeo, it is believed that Whitehead possesses a full roster to choose from, owing to key men returning to contention such as Callum Robinson and injury-plagued playmaker Rubin Colwill. In a season scarce of positivity, though, a welcome boost has been provided following the recall of Mark McGuinness from an impressive loan spell up at Sheffield Wednesday, and the defender is tipped to feature against Millwall.
Initially impressing on the left wing prior to being shunted in at left-back due to a season-ending injury to Collins and the lacklustre displays from subsequent replacement Niels Nkounkou, who swiftly descended down the pecking order before being recalled by Everton for a loan to Saint-Etienne. A duracell bunny of a player, O'Dowda has combined athleticism and dynamism with energy, creativity and direct ball-carrying quality to emerge as, by and large, Cardiff's player of the season thus far, chipping in with three goals and a further three assists for good measure. Unsurprisingly, there is a frustrated school of thought that it would be in the side's best interests for the Republic of Ireland International to play higher up the pitch once more, however, his desire and ability to regain possession at all costs means that he is a formidable proposition in the back four.
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