All you need to know about Saturday's crunch clashMillwall will be looking to record a first win double of the season when Ian Holloway returns to former club Blackpool on Saturday.
Den boss Ollie is held in high regard by the Tangerines, having guided the club to the Premier League in his first full season as boss at Bloomfield Road - only the second ever manager to do so for the club.
Ollie's first return to his former club as Millwall manager last season ended in bitter disappointment when Ricardo Fuller, who now plays for The Lions, scored the only goal of the game to clinch a 1-0 win for the Tangerines.
However Ollie is determined to make sure that the result is different this time, and striker Ricardo, currently top of the scoring charts at The Den with five goals this season, will be looking to put one over his former club too.
Blackpool, managed by former Birmingham City and Huddersfield boss Lee Clark, have lost eight of their last 14 games in a run that has included one win and five draws. Clark's men currently sit bottom of the Championship with 14 points from their opening 24 games and with a goal difference of -23.
Midfielder Shaun Williams serves the second of his four-match suspension whilst new signing Paris Cowan-Hall will have to wait to make his Millwall debut. The flying winger, who officially joined Millwall from Wycombe Wanderers six days ago, sustained a lower leg injury in training on Thursday following an accidental collision with a team-mate.
Left-back Dan Harding is, however, in line to make his first appearance in a Lions shirt having signed on loan from Nottingham Forest until the end of the season. Striker Stefan Maierhofer could also make his second 'debut' for Millwall, having agreed a short-term contract on Friday morning.
Former Lions midfielder Jamie O'Hara is expected to line up against his old club having penned a contract extension with Blackpool on Friday morning.
New signing Grant Hall could also make his debut following his loan move from Tottenham. Head-to-head
Millwall's last success at Blackpool came back in the 2006/7 season when a Dave Brammer thunderbolt - coupled with sensational injury-time goal-line clearance from defender Richard Shaw - helped The Lions to a 1-0 victory.
The Tangerines edged to a 1-0 win the last time the two teams met in March when Ricardo Fuller - who now plays for The Lions - scored the only goal at Bloomfield Road.