Millwall star eyeing Leeds and Crystal Palace clashes

10:33 20 June 2012

Tamika Mkandawire, Millwall. Picture: John Stillwell

Tamika Mkandawire, Millwall. Picture: John Stillwell

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Tamika Mkandawire is also making good progress after missing most of the season with a knee injury

Millwall star Tamika Mkandawire has admitted that he looks for the Lions’ games with Leeds and Crystal Palace first.

The Lions face the Eagles on October 20 and April 13 and face the Yorkshire side on November 17 and March 2.

The midfielder missed the majority of last season with a knee injury and is targeting a return to action in pre-season.

Mkandawire told the club’s official site: “Of course there are certain big games I look out for straight away, like Palace and Leeds for example, but for me, being fit and ready for action in pre-season and then when the season proper kicks-off in August is the main goal.”

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