Millwall and Brighton down the yearsSaturday's game at the Amex Stadium will be the 97th meeting between Millwall and Brighton & Hove Albion in all competitions.
The Seagulls have the slight advantage with 37 wins to The Lions' 36, with the remaining 23 ending all-square. 33 of those Brighton victories have been in the League compared to 32 for Millwall.
There's nothing to split the clubs in Cup competitions with four wins for each and four also ending in draws.
Millwall's last victory over The Seagulls came in January 2010 when a solitary Steve Morison strike was enough to claim all three points at the Withdean Stadium.
Last time we met home and away
Millwall 1-2 Brighton
Saturday 22nd September 2012
Lions: Forde, Dunne, Osborne, Lowry, Malone (Robinson, 61'), Henry, Abdou, Wright (C.Taylor, 45'), Trotter, Keogh (Henderson, 76'), Wood. Subs not used: M.Taylor, Shittu, Smith, Batt
Scorers: Wood 79'
Seagulls: Kuszczak, Bruno (Calderon, 45'), Greer, El-Abd, Bridge, Buckley, Hammond, Bridcutt, Orlandi (LuaLua, 83'), Barnes, Mackail-Smith (Dicker, 43'). Subs not used: Ankergen, Dunk, David Lopez, Dobbie
Scorers: Barnes 17', El-Abd 50'
Brighton 2-2 Millwall
Tuesday 18th December 2012
Seagulls: Kuszczak, Greer, Dunk (LuaLua, 39'), El-Abd, Bridge, David Lopez, Hammond, Bridcutt (Hoskins, 77'), Crofts (Barnes, 66'), Buckley, Mackail-Smith. Subs not used: Brezovan, Harley, March, Dobbie
Scorers: LuaLua 61', David Lopez 88' (pen)
Lions: Forde, A.Smith, Shittu, Beevers, Lowry, Henry, J.Smith, Wright, C.Taylor (Feeney, 51'), Trotter, Wood (Henderson, 88'). Subs not used: M.Taylor, Osborne, Malone, Batt, N'Guessan
Scorers: Wood 25', 57'