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Key man watch: DJ Campbell

Vital Reading takes a look at the opposition's dangerman ahead of this afternoon's game.

A man that has been in the headlines for all the wrong reasons over spot-fixing in recent months, Campbell will want to make headlines for the right reasons after joining Millwall on loan last week. He opened his account for Lions on Tuesday night against Sheffield Wednesday, scoring a late equaliser.

It is fair to say that the 32-year old has struggled to find his feet in recent years, not playing more than 17 games for team in three season and when he did, he scored 13 goals in the Premier League for Blackpool. A striker with good pace and aggression, who will prove a problem for Pearce and Gorkss today.

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Date:Saturday February 1 2014

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