Millwall won for just the third time in 14 matches this season when they came from behind to see off Wigan Athletic at The Den on Tuesday evening.
A freak Jed Wallace own-goal gave the visitors the lead on the stroke of half-time after James Meredith was caught in possession and gave away a needless foul in the build-up to the goal.
The Lions’ left-back was subsequently booked for the foul before Millwall conceded for the 23rd time this season.
With Wigan missing a penalty, the Lions were awarded one of their own minutes later with Shaun Williams scoring before substitute Steve Morison got the winner late on.
The performance of Meredith, meanwhile, was a talking point as he was hauled off at half-time in favour of Aiden O’Brien with Shane Ferguson dropping back to fill in at left-back.
The Australia international has started every game for Millwall this term but has been taken off in seven of the last nine matches.
It has been a below-par campaign so far for the 30-year-old who was one of the London club’s best players last year but has so far failed to live up to the standards set.
With that said, here are two reasons why Harris needs to drop Meredith right away, starting with this weekend’s visit of Ipswich Town.