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3 December 2013

Everything you need to know about Tuesday's matchday programme

Millwall will be looking to extend their unbeaten run at The Den to six games when Play-Off hopefuls Nottingham Forest visit on Tuesday night (7.45pm).

Both teams are looking to bounce back from weekend defeats to Leicester and Reading respectively, and both Steve Lomas and Paul Robinson use their programme notes to urge Millwall's players to respond from Saturday's 3-0 loss in the right manner against Billy Davies' side.

This week's edition of The Lion also contains an in-depth interview with keeper David Forde. The Republic of Ireland number one talks about his continued good form between the sticks for The Lions, his thoughts on the season so far, and how he is enjoying playing a part in a new era for Irish football under management duo Martin O'Neill and Roy Keane.

Elsewhere, Chairman John Berylson praises fans for their generosity towards Prostate Cancer UK throughout the Heroes in White campaign, and we also speak to assistant manager Mick Harford in the latest 'Inside The Den' feature. In the first of a two-part interview, Harford reveals details of a new scouting strategy being implemented at the club, explains his role within it, and discusses how Millwall are taking a more analytical approach to pre-match preparations.

Even if you can't make it to The Den on Tuesday, you don't have to miss out on any content in the latest edition of The Lion with Millwall's official programme app for the 2013/14 season - wherever you are in the world.

The club have this season joined forces with OPublishing and Media Ltd and Pocketmags to produce our first-ever digital programme alongside this year's perfect bound print edition, meaning Lions fans all over the globe can get ahead of the action and read their official programme hours before kick-off even if you are unable to attend a game.

Inside The Lion - in print or digitally - you will find a whole range of interviews, features and photographs as well as regular articles from the club's historians, the Supporter's Club, the Community Trust and many more, making the 2013/14 matchday programme the most readable it has ever been.

The digital offering is available on Apple iPad and iPhone, on the Android market, and via the Pocketmags app on Kindle Fire, Blackberry Playbook and Windows 8.

Millwall supporters can subscribe for the whole season (including the download of backdated issues since August) for just £59.99 - a price which includes any potential future Cup ties as well.

You can also buy on a game-by-game basis with League programmes available to download for £2.99.

If you're on iOS or Android, search for 'Millwall The Lion' in your respective App Store to download, or if you are downloading on Kindle Fire, Blackberry Playbook or Windows 8, visit the Pocketmags app, search for Millwall FC, and go from there. You can download your copy of The Lion from 9am on matchdays.

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