All you need to know about Tuesday night's game
The Lions head to Plymouth Argyle on Tuesday night for the Johnstone's Paint Trophy Southern Area Quarter Final knowing that victory would book a place in the last four of the competition and provide a great opportunity of extending our incredible recent Wembley record.
Although Plymouth Argyle were on the wrong end of a surprise Emirates FA Cup exit on Saturday at the hands of Carlisle United, Derek Adams' League Two leaders have been in excellent form this season, losing just five times in 20 League and Cup games in total.
"We're on a good run at the moment and I want that to continue.
"Plymouth are, however, a a really good team, I have seen them and watched them on video. They are in a tough League and are top of it by a few points, so that shows their ability.
"It's a hard game though; it's a long way to go midweek but that's the nature of the competition. Plymouth is a good place to play and I used to enjoy playing down there. It's a good footballing town so I'm looking forward to it, as are the boys."
Derek Adams: "We've had an excellent spell at the start of the season, but we need to pick ourselves up and go again.
Shane Ferguson, on loan from Newcastle United, was also ineligible to face AFC Fylde and misses the trip to Home Park because he is on international duty with Northern Ireland.
Goalkeeper Jordan Archer will take his place between the sticks once again. David Forde replaced Archer last weekend for his first start since mid-September, but the stopper is away on international duty with the Republic of Ireland for their Euro 2016 Play-Off with Bosnia-Herzegovina. Teenager Harry Girling is expected to be named on the bench for The Lions as back-up keeper.
For the home side, manager Derek Adams again looks to be unable to call on the services of Hiram Boateng. The on-loan Crystal Palace midfielder was ruled out of last Saturday's game with a leg injury. Josh Simpson looks set to continue in his place.
You have to go back to 9th August 2011 to find when the sides last met, and on that occasion a Dany N'Guessan goal secured a 1-0 Carling Cup win for Millwall.
The Lions have certainly enjoyed the upper hand in the more recent of meetings, winning two and sharing the spoils in the remaining four games during which they conceded two goals and kept two clean sheets.
Millwall are 5/4 to win the tie with the draw at 23/10 and Plymouth at 11/5 with SkyBet. Lee Gregory, who has scored three goals in the last seven games, is 11/2 to be the first goalscorer and 80/1 to score his first hat-trick of the season.