Neil Harris returns to familiar ground this afternoon as he takes his Cardiff City side to South Bermondsey – Millwall’s New Den specifically.
Harris is regarded as a legend at the Lions, having two spells as a player there spanning over 10 years, where he netted 124 league goals.
Millwall also gave Harris his break as a first-team manager in 2015, and he spent four years at the helm before resigning from the role in October 2019.
A month later Harris was appointed at the Cardiff City Stadium and turned the Welsh side’s fortunes around last season, getting the Bluebirds into the play offs after a strong finish to the 2019/20 season.
It would be fair to say that they’ve been a tad disappointing to start this campaign though.
They currently sit in 16th position, and although it’s still early in the season they should definitely be further up the table with some of the fire-power they possess – including Wales international stars Keiffer Moore and Harry Wilson.
One win in their last six games means a victory in south London is imperative today, and Harris has made just one change to the side that were downed at home to Bristol City before the international break.
Sheyi Ojo drops out and in comes German Robert Glatzel, meaning he partners Moore in a 4-4-2 – something Cardiff fans are happy with judging by these tweets.
About time we went back to the 442 😍 https://t.co/7sJ6EFC7Vl
— Tyler James (@TylerJa31695006) November 21, 2020
That’s a team 👏🏻 https://t.co/iuUl6sz0Cd
— CJ (@Jinks_12) November 21, 2020
Things you love to see https://t.co/DOy8sTmHxm
— Ieuan🏴 (@ieuan_meredith) November 21, 2020
— Alex Wallace (@AlexW1802) November 21, 2020
442 YESSSSSS https://t.co/gtqBkbZMs2
— Tràvïš 🏴 🪐5️⃣ (@Travis_CCFC) November 21, 2020
4-4-2 being used again pic.twitter.com/wO42bkI1Zv
— Owen Deacon (@OwenRhysDeacon) November 21, 2020
— maXmas🎅 (@theglxxm) November 21, 2020
This is the lineup we needed
— Josh (@Josh98407902) November 21, 2020