Lions boss looks for triple triumph treat
Neil Harris plans to fully utilise the youngsters in his squad as Millwall navigate a gruelling schedule of seven games in less than month, including a trip to League One leaders Scunthorpe.
The juggling act will continue tonight when The Lions host Wycombe to progress in the Checkatrade Trophy.
"It's a possibility that another debutant will get their chance," Harris told millwallfc.co.uk
"There will certainly be changes in the starting XI. There were a few injuries that occurred during Sunday's game against Braintree.
"On top of that we have three games in six days and I have to manage that."
Millwall winger Kris Twardek is likely to be named in the squad to face the Chairboys following his nomination for the Canadian U20s Player of the Year award.
While the Lions boss has also hinted striker Alfie Pavey may be recalled after coming off the bench in Millwall's dramatic victory over Bury.
"It's been a really good competition to us because it has allowed us to give players match minutes and give others their debuts.
"We want to win this game, no doubt about it. We want to carry momentum on from every game and go on little runs, plus we will be in front of our home fans tonight," he added.
"Wycombe have been on a really good run of form lately, very high tempo and well organised. We will give our opponents, and the Checkatrade Trophy itself, every respect at The Den."
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