Date: 21st February 2014 at 3:55pm
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Barnsley entertain Millwall tomorrow in what is a must win game for the reds. Anything less than three points and we can kiss goodbye to our Championship status. This is a real ‘six pointer` and a victory for the visitors would almost certainly leave Barnsley with too much to do.

Barnsley boss Danny Wilson has several injury concerns ahead of the most important game of his second spell at Oakwell. The reds boss is sweating on the fitness of Chris O`Grady, Paddy McCourt, Jack Hunt and Ryan McLaughlin whilst Marcus Pedersen is nowhere near match fit.

The right back area is a big concern and if neither Hunt nor McLaughlin make it then Wilson will faced with moving the left footed Kennedy to right back once again or possibly trying three at the back.

The side that Wilson picks will depend on how many of the above prove their fitness. One bonus for the reds is the return of Jacob Mellis from suspension who will almost certainly come back in to the team.

Wilson has also revealed that he see Tomasz Cywka as an impact player so I wouldn`t expect him to come in to the starting line-up despite the fact that most fans would like to see him given the chance from the start.

Brek Shea is another player being brought up by a lot of fans recently but for the opposite reasons to Cywka. Wilson has said that the Stoke loanee has underperformed so far but he gave a hint that he could still start and if not is likely to be involved at some point. Wilson obviously sees something that the fans are yet to see so let`s hope that he produces against Millwall.

Both teams come in to this game with a record of one win in their last 13 games. Both of those victories came on the 18th January. Can one of these teams walk away from Oakwell with three points or do we face the prospect of a drub draw with both teams too afraid to lose?

My heart says three points for Barnsley and a change in our fortunes for the rest of the season. My head isn`t so sure and I certainly wouldn`t like to predict the outcome of this one.

Score predictions are welcome please.

As are the starting line-ups that you would like to see for this crunch game.

Feel free to post your comments below.

COYR.