The quest for victory arrives at The Den tomorrow as Wolves continue their descent down the Championship table.
After another highly unpleasant weekend of results, we’re now just one bad result from 24th place.
Dean Saunders is up to 9 games without a win. The team haven’t tasted victory in 13 or 2013.
But lets be positive. This could be our time. No really.
Millwall have lost 5 of their last 6 matches, making them joint bottom of the form table (along with, guess who?).
They’ve also got the small matter of an FA Cup quarter final to think about on Sunday, with the prospect of Wembley just one game away.
So maybe they’ll be as bad as us? Maybe they’ll rest players? Maybe they won’t be interested?
Come on people, I’m throwing out straws here. Take one.
I think we’ve got to continue to be positive and play two strikers for this one. Watford made us look silly with their passing, but Millwall certainly aren’t Watford.
This would be my team:
Alongside Siggy, SEB offers a greater goal threat than Doyle, so I’d give him a start.
I’ve picked Peszko, which Dean Saunders almost certainly won’t. But if Stephen Hunt is to be given another go, it must be down the right, leaving Sako to occupy his favoured position.
Davis for Henry just to see if he can bring more bite to the midfield. The skipper has been anonymous when we’ve needed him the most and generally doesn’t look interested.
Take your pick with the back four. I see no discernible difference, particularly in the centre. I think the full-backs have improved us defensively, but haven’t looked comfortable going forward.
As is usually the case with a draw, not many people got the correct outcome against Watford.
Only 6 people thought we’d share the points and only 2 got the 1-1 scoreline. Well done to GoWolves and Telford Wolf. It’s a single for the other 4.
Special mention for Telford Wolf, who makes it three spot-on predictions on the bounce. I hope you indulged in a Bully airplane celebration mate?
I’m going for the unthinkable, an away win.
Up The Wolves.