Preview of tonight's football

Yeovil Town's ground, Huish Park Photo: Simon Galloway/PA Archive/Press Association Images

Championship

Bristol City v Millwall

BristolCity manager, Derek McInnes, needs his side to get back to winning ways thisevening at Ashton Gate, where they take on struggling Millwall.

City gointo the game having managed just one win in their last five outings, but theydo boast the strongest attack in the Championship, having bagged 17 goals intheir eight matches so far. They have, however, struggled to see out games,conceding a goal in stoppage-time on three occasions.

McInneswill not be able to call upon loan signing, George Elokobi, after his seasonwas ended by an ankle injury. The Cameroonian’s replacement on Saturday, JoeBryan, will also miss out after he suffered a concussion. Midfielder, MarvinElliot, is also a doubt with a groin injury.

Millwall,who secured their first point in four games on Saturday, will be withoutskipper, Paul Robinson. Fellow centre-back, Karleigh Osbourne may return, andwinger, Chris Taylor, is available again after a suspension.

League One

Swindon Town v Colchester United

SwindonTown's season is starting to gather momentum. They will be looking to extendtheir five-game unbeaten run when Colchester United come calling tonight.

Townboss, Paolo Di Canio, has no injury or suspension concerns, while Tommy Miller,Gary Roberts and Alan Navarro, are all pushing for a recall afterthey did not start Saturday's 1-0 away victory at Shrewsbury.

Colchesterpicked up their first three points of the season at the weekend, and have afully fit squad to choose from with ‘keeper, Mark Cousins, suffered no furtherproblems after dislocating his finger.

Yeovil Town v Portsmouth

Thirteenthplace Yeovil Town need to arrest their sudden and alarming slide. Victoryagainst Portsmouth at Huish Park would helo to get them back on track.

Sincegoing unbeaten in their opening four games of the season, Gary Johnson’s sidehave lost five in a row, and will be unable to call upon influentialmidfielder, Ed Upson, who received a one-match ban following his red card atPreston on Saturday.

Striker,James Hayter, was an unused substitute at Deepdale, and could be in therunning for a starting place.

Portsmouthare without injured trio Luke Rodgers, Darel Russel and Josh Thompson butdefender, Gabor Gyepes, and new signing Akos Buzsaky, are both likely tofeature.