Millwall and Swansea City meet forces at The Den, in a match for the 40th round of the Championship. In the last head ‑ to ‑ head for this edition of the league, on 11‑11‑2019, Millwall won out by (0‑1). The history of recent direct confrontations is favorable to the visiting team, which registers 2 wins and 1 losses in the last 3 matches.
After 13 wins, 15 draws and 9 losses, the home team is currently in 8th position, with 54 points won. In their last match, they defeated the Nottingham Forest away by (0‑3), after in the previous match having tied (1‑1) at home, in a match against Bristol City. In their last 10 home games for the championship, Millwall won 3, tied 5 and lost 2, winning 14 points in 30 possible. In 37 games in this competition, he only got 1 comeback in the 16 games in which he suffered the first goal.
Millwall entered this game with a 0-0 draw on the trip to Barnsley, thus adding to their second consecutive game without a win in the English Second Division. In this final part of the championship, the house no longer fights for any goal. When playing in their stadium, El Millwall has some gaps in the offensive sector, but the defensive line has acted very effectively. In addition, it is inevitable to highlight the “marathon” Wallace, being responsible for doing the whole left flank. Forward Matt Smith is Millwall’s top scorer with 12 goals in this league. For this game, the home coach cannot count on O’Brien due to physical problems.
Swansea City :
The visiting team is currently in 11th position, with 53 points won, after 13 wins, 14 draws and 10 losses. In the penultimate match, they tied in an away match against Blackburn Rovers, by (2‑2). In the last match, they tied in a home match against West Bromwich Albion, by (0‑0). For the championship, Swansea City conquered 8 points in 30 possible, after 1 victory, 5 draws and 4 defeats in the last 10 games that they played as a visitor. In their away matches for the league the most frequent final result at half-time was 0‑0 (8 in 19 games). The team allowed the opponent goals in 8 of the last 10 matches for this competition, so he was not very strong defensively. In 37 matches in this competition, he only got 4 comebacks in the 17 games in which he suffered the first goal.
Swansea begins this game with a 0-1 loss at Luton, putting an end to three straight games without losing in the English Second Division. Like its rival, the visiting club complies with the schedule until the end of the competition. One of Swansea’s strongest points is in the most attacking sector, as he scored an average of 1.32 goals per game under these conditions. At the individual level we highlight the quality in the final of André Ayew, being this the top scorer with 13 goals scored. For this match the external coach can count on Jordan Garrick, suspended, as well as Van Der Hoorn, due to injury.