Millwall v AFC Wimbledon down the years
This will be only the second meeting between AFC Wimbledon and Millwall - and to date The Lions hold the upper hand in terms of results.
Prior to Tuesday night's match at The Den, the only ever other meeting between the two teams was on Monday 9th November 2009 in the FA Cup when a second-half goal glut saw Millwall ease to a 4-1 win.
After a goal-less first half, Neil Harris (49mins) broke the deadlock before sub Jason Price (72mins) hit the first of his two goals. Lewis Taylor (81mins) reduced the arrears for the visitors only for a late double strike by Danny Schofield (86mins) and Price again to secure a comfortable victory for Millwall.
Six of the squad from that night - Jimmy Abdou, David Forde, Alan Dunne, Paul Robinson, Steve Morison and Jack Smith - are still with The Lions, with Luke Moore and Seb Brown the sole survivors for The Dons.
WHEN WE LAST MET
Mon 9th November 2009
Millwall 4 AFC Wimbledon 1
Lions: Forde, Dunne, Craig, Smith, Robinson, Abdou, Laird, Schofield, Hackett, Morison (Price, 69mins), Harris (Martin, 89mins). Subs not used: Sullivan, Grabban, Ward, Grimes, Bolder.
Dons: Pullen, Johnson, Lorraine, Hatton, Gregory, Godfrey (Duncan, 74mins), Kedwell, Inns, Taylor, Main, Moore. Subs not used: Conroy, Wellard, Montague, Judge, Cumbers, Brown.
Ref: S. Mathieson