Our prediction for this Championship match:
Even though many people expected that Wycombe Wanderers would beat the odds and play important role in the Championship this season, the newcomers do not seem to be competitive at this level. Wycombe suffered a loss in each of their first four league fixtures, and they have yet to find the net in the 2020/21 season. As a result, it should come as no surprise that reputable bookies see them as underdogs in Saturday’s clash against Millwall.
The Lions, on the other hand, are eyeing their second win of the season. The capital club are not regarded as good travellers, but they are definitely capable of beating Wycombe Wanderers behind closed doors. In their last meeting in a competitive match Wycombe emerged triumphant, meaning that the visitors are hungry for revenge. Veteran Adebayo Akinfenwa remains in the recovery room for the hosts.
Highlighted Player (Ryan Allsop):
Born in Birmingham, England on June 17, 1992, Ryan Allsop is a professional footballer who started his youth career at West Bromwich Albion. Speaking of his senior career, the 191-cm tall goalkeeper played for the likes of Hottur, Leyton Orient, Bournemouth, Coventry City, Portsmouth, Blackpool and Lincoln City before signing a permanent deal with Wycombe Wanderers.
The goalkeeper, who spent the 2015/2016 season on loan at Wycombe, returned to the club after he was released by the Cherries. Ryan Allsop has 5 caps with the England U17 team, but he has yet to make his debut with the senior team.
His preferred foot is right and he has a contract with Wycombe which should expire on June 30, 2021. The English shot-stopper did well to keep 10 clean sheets in 38 appearances for the Wanderers in the 2018/2019 League One season.
Highlighted Team (Millwall):
Based in Bermonsdey, South East London, Millwall are a football club whose supporters have often been associated with hooliganism. West Ham United are considered the club’s biggest rivals and there have always been fireworks in clashes between the two teams.
The Lions share rivalry with Charlton as well and the two teams first met back in 1921. The Den is Milwall’s home ground at the capacity of the stadium, which was opened in 1993, is 20.146.
The capital club did well to make it to the 2003/2004 FA Cup final, but Premier League giants Manchester United proved to be a big catch for the Lions. The Red Devils won the game 3-0, but despite suffering the heavy loss in the title game, Milwall booked their place in the UEFA Cup. However, Ferencvaros of Hungary proved to be a big catch for the English outfit in the two-legged tie.
Australia international Tim Cahill is considered one of the most notable footballers who whore Millwall shirt (1998-2004).