Wycombe manager Gary Waddock handed debuts to five players on Saturday, but may opt to make changes for this game.Jon-Paul Pittman may start after coming off the bench to score against Morecambe and Matt Phillips could replace Gareth Ainsworth. [LNB]Millwall striker Steve Morison will miss the match after receiving his first call up by Wales. [LNB]Darren Carter is suspended following his red card against Bristol City and Jimmy Abdou remains out injured. [LNB][LNB] MATCH FACTS Head-to-head[LNB]• Wycombe and Millwall have each won five of their 14 previous meetings, with four draws. [LNB]• Wycombe did the double over the Lions in League One last season. [LNB]• They have never met in the League Cup, and Wycombe won on the only occasion they have clashed in a cup competition, progressing to the third round of the FA Cup in 2000 after a replay. [LNB][LNB] Have your say on the game Wycombe[LNB]• Wycombe have not managed to win a single match in the League Cup since their club record run in 2006/07 when they made the last four. [LNB]• The Chairboys have lost three of their last four League Cup matches by 4-0 margins, including the last two. [LNB]• This is Gary Waddock's first League Cup tie as manager of Wycombe. [LNB]Millwall[LNB]• Millwall's only League Cup victory in three years was a 4-0 win over Bournemouth at the New Den at this same stage last season, when Neil Harris bagged a hat-trick. [LNB]• The Lions, who are three-time quarter-finalists, need to score twice to bring their total of League Cup goals to 200.