This will be the 34th meeting between Millwall and Wolverhampton Wanderers in all competitions - and to date The Lions are a way behind in terms of results.
Millwall have beaten Wolves 11 times in League meetings, with nine matches drawn and Wolves victorious in 13 games.
Wolves edge the stats in both the FA Cup with three wins and two victories in the League Cup.
However, a solitary goal by Andy Keogh against his former club was enough to secure success for Millwall when the two teams last locked horns three and a half months ago and The Lions will be aiming to record only their second 'double' of the campaign this time out.
When we last met home and away:
Millwall 0 Wolves 0
Saturday 21st January 2006
Millwall: Marshall. Lawrence, Robinson, Dunne, Whitbread, Criag, Elliott, Williams, Livermore, Morris, May. Subs not used: Doyle, Ifil, Hendry, Healy, Braniff.
Wolves: Postma, Lescott, Ross (Naylor, 60mins), Craddock, Edwards, Anderton (Rosa, 89mins), Ince, Davies (Seol, 72mins), Kennedy, Miller, Cort. Subs not used: Oakes, Ganea.
Ref: C. Penton
Wolves 0 Millwall 1
Tuesday 27th November 2012
Wolves: Ikeme (De Vries, 66mins), Stearman (Ebanks-Blake, 82mins), Ward, Johnson, Berra, Edwards, Sako, Pennant Forde, 69mins), Davis, Sigurdarson, Doyle. Subs not used: Batth, Foley, Doumbia, Nouble.
Millwall: Forde, Shittu, Beevers, A.Smith, Lowry, Wright, Abdou, Feeney (N'Guessan, 73mins), C.Taylor, Keogh (J.Smith), Wood. Subs not used: M.Taylor, Osborne, Malone, Racon, O'Brien.
Scorer: Keogh (79mins)
Ref: R. Naylor