Everything you need to know about Saturday's matchday programmeMillwall entertain FA Cup winners Wigan Athletic to The Den on Saturday looking to make is seven games unbeaten at home following Tuesday's draw with Nottingham Forest.
Wigan, without a permanent manager after Owen Coyle's departure on Monday, arrive go into the weekend on the back of a 2-0 defeat away to Leeds United - their third straight League loss - and sit in 14th, four points ahead of Steve Lomas' men.
In Saturday's edition of The Lion we speak at length with midfielder Jimmy Abdou, his usual tireless self in the 2-2 draw with Forest. The 29-year-old, now in his sixth season at The Den, talks about how he and his team-mates are enjoying adapting to the club's new managerial regime, how he is still learning about himself as a player with every passing game and looks back to Millwall's last meeting with Wigan - the FA Cup Semi-Final at Wembley back in April.
Saturday's programme also contains the second part of our interview with Mick Harford, who reveals more details about the club's new scouting strategy and explains his role in the way the pre- and post-match video analysis is being used to prepare The Lions for fixtures.
Elsewhere, Commercial Director Alan Williams provides a pre-Christmas update from the Boardroom, and there's all the usual input from Steve Lomas, Paul Robinson and fan columnist Merv Payne.
Even if you can't make it to The Den on Saturday, you don't have to miss out on any content in the latest edition of The Lion with Millwall's official programme app for this 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 '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.