Lions looking for third straight win at Stadium MKMillwall head to MK Dons in League One action on Saturday aiming to maintain an impressive 100 per cent winning record at Stadium MK.
The Lions and Dons, following their relocation to Buckinghamshire in 2005, have only met on four occasions since then and the south east Londoners have emerged victorious from three of those four encounters.
The most recent of meetings between the two teams came at Stadium MK on 23rd February 2010 when a certain Neil Harris scored two goals to secure maximum points for The Lions. Danny Schofield had put Millwall ahead on 19 minutes before Aaron Wilbraham cancelled out to level for The Dons after 53 minutes. Thereafter, Chopper took centre stage and fired two further goals for The Lions to put the seal on a 3-1 win.
Millwall's only other previous visit to Stadium MK was in March 2009 when Marc Laird's first-half effort clinched a 1-0 success for Kenny Jackett's team.
After a promising start to this season, in which The Lions have swept aside Oldham (3-0) and Barnet (4-0), manager Harris will be determined to pick up where they left off last term and mark the first League One away fixture with a maximum three-point haul.
Saturday's match will see Lions midfielder Shaun Williams return to his former club for the first time since switching to The Den in January 2014 while his former Den team-mate Ed Upson is expected to line-up against Millwall just two months after leaving for Stadium MK.
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