Cardiff City vs Birmingham City go head-to-head in the Championship this Saturday at 3:00 pm kick off time after draw with Wednesday 1-1.
Cardiff will hope to push towards the playoff spots with a win over Sheffield Wednesday on Friday and will be confident heading into this clash.
Neil Warnock’s men are unbeaten at home this season and will expect at least a point here.
Millwall caretaker manager Adam Barrett takes charge of what could be his final match as the Lions host Cardiff, with Gary Rowett tipped to take over.
Ryan Leonard is a doubt after missing the loss at Brentford with injury.
Cardiff could recall Lee Tomlin after the midfielder impressed when he came on as a substitute in Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Sheffield Wednesday.
Sol Bamba moved a step closer to his return from injury in an Under-23 game on Monday, but is unlikely to start.
Cardiff manager Neil Warnock has won just two of his last 20 away league games in London (W2 D6 L12), with one of those away at Millwall with Leeds in March 2012.
But Wednesday are going strong and a win for Garry Monk could even see his side top the table by the end of Friday night.
Wednesday come into this fixture having beaten Wigan 1-0 at home last time out.
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Charlton Athletic vs Cardiff City TEAM NEWS
Nick Powell is likely to be involved for Wigan Athletic against Championship leaders Norwich City on Sunday.
Powell went off with an injury at Hull on Wednesday, but manager Paul Cook says he should be fine to play.
Norwich midfielder Emi Buendia is still suspended, but Marco Stiepermann (knock) is expected to be fit.
The Canaries’ six-point lead at the top of the table will be cut if either Leeds or Sheffield United win their respective games on Saturday.
Tony Mowbray says there is better news on the injury front ahead of this weekend’s home clash against Cardiff City.
Tosin Adarabioyo and Ben Brereton both missed out on the midweek win at Hull City through niggling injuries, but the boss has revealed the the duo are likely to be available for Saturday’s clash.
Greg Cunningham is a definite absentee against Cardiff due to being ineligible to play against his parent club.
Bradley Dack should be fine to play despite coming off with a knee injury at Hull, but the boss is expecting to be able to name a strong squad for the battle against The Bluebirds.
Charlton Athletic vs Cardiff City H2H
There have been just six goals scored in the last eight league meetings between Millwall and Cardiff since a 3-3 draw in March 2011.
Cardiff have won just one of their last nine away league visits to Millwall (W1 D6 L2), a 2-0 win in September 2012.
Millwall have won just one of their last nine league games (D4 L4), although this was their last home match in the Championship (2-1 v Leeds United).
Cardiff City have lost eight of their last nine games played on Tuesday in all competitions.
Millwall striker Matt Smith has been involved in four goals in four league starts against Cardiff City (3 goals, 1 assist).
What time is the Charlton Athletic vs Cardiff City game?
Charlton Athletic v Cardiff City will kick off at 15.00pm on Saturday 2nd November 2019.
How to watch and live stream Charlton Athletic vs Cardiff City
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Charlton Athletic vs Cardiff City
12:30pm Saturday 23rd November