JOHN KRETLOW - Tuesday, April 9, 2013
Stuart Holden looks to help Sheffield Wednesday in their battle for Championship survival as they take on Millwall this midweek.
Millwall - Sheffield Wednesday
With games dwindling in the season, Stuart Holden's Sheffield Wednesday take on Millwall and look to solidify their spot in next season's Championship.
Holden played 59 minutes in the Owls massive victory over Blackburn this weekend, but the manager could keep the American from the starting lineup because of the quick turnaround.
Wednesday's weekend victory put them three points above the drop zone with six games left in the season. Despite the dangerous position they are in, the Owls have just lost one game in their last five and look to carry that momentum into Tuesday's matchup.
Millwall goes into the midweek match just two points ahead of Wednesday, but the home team has gone six games unbeaten in all competitions. A big reason for this has been the team's strong defense, as they have only given up one goal in these six games.
Richard Chaplow and Paul Robinson are injury doubts for Millwall, while Gary Madine will miss for the Owls.
Frank Simek is questionable to feature in Carlisle United's game against Doncaster.