Millwall boss Neil Harris says he could name an unchanged team for the FA Cup replay against Rochdale tomorrow.

The Lions were dominant in their 2-0 win over Reading on Saturday.

And despite taking on promotion hopefuls Cardiff on Friday, Harris is tempted to play his strongest side at Spotland.

The winner faces Newport County or Tottenham at home in the fifth round of the competition.

He said: “I might go for the same team again because the performance on the weekend was that good.

“I’ll make that decision tomorrow afternoon. I’ll leave it late to make a decision to see how the players are.

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“There might be a change of formation for this game because we changed our formation against Rochdale at home and we could’ve scored eight goals. So there’s lots to consider.”

Rochdale’s pitch is one of the worst in the country – their game against Scunthorpe was postponed two weeks ago after the surface was deemed unplayable.

But Harris is unfazed by any problems Millwall could experience on the dodgy pitch.

He added: “It doesn’t worry me at all. We’ve played in League One for the last two years on pitches like Rochdale’s.

“We played up there last year in a very entertaining 3-3 draw and we were excellent. So I think the pitch will suit us more than Rochdale. We’re looking forward to it.

“It’s the same for both teams, we make no bones as a Millwall team worrying about the surface we’re playing on, we just get on with it.”