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Cracker in prospect

19 October 2012

Kenny and Hendo looking forward to Palace clash

Kenny Jackett believes a big local derby against Crystal Palace is the perfect way to resume The Lions' Championship campaign after the international break.
He said: "We want to keep the momentum going from the three games we've just played if we can - two draws away from home and a win against Bolton at The Den. We've had two weeks off and we've been looking forward to this next batch of games.
Local derbies are always terrific, we've got Palace and Charlton this season and this is the first meeting with one of those. The atmosphere will be fantastic and it's a game we are all thoroughly looking forward to."
While Wilfred Zaha has been attracting attention as one of the top players in the division, and Glenn Murray has been in a rich vein of form with seven goals to date, Millwall's leading scorer Darius Henderson, who has six to his name, believes The Lions can pick up where they left off against Bolton.
"Palace are obviously a side bang in form," he observed, "but so are we in our last three games. If we can continue to play to our strengths there is no reason why we can't go there and get the result we want."

Fans going to the match are advised that there are roadworks around Selhurst Park which may slow your journey.
Remember the game kicks-off at 1pm with live commentary on Lions Player, where you can currently view full interviews with Darius and Kenny. Click here to subscribe.

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