"Every point matters," says the 26-year-old
Mark Beevers admits that Millwall's games against Bradford City and Burton Albion this weekend are two 'massive' fixtures for him and his team-mates.
The Lions travel to the Coral Windows Stadium to face seventh-placed Bradford on Saturday for the first of a crucial Easter double header before returning to The Den for Monday's evening clash with League leaders Burton Albion.
Millwall head into the matches fifth in the table with a four-point cushion on the chasing Play-Off pack and Beevers, who has made 41 appearances already this season, believes The Lions are full of confidence after an impressive run of form.
"They are two massive games," he said.
"We didn't have the greatest of starts this season but the lads have pulled through and strung together a few good results.
"Every point matters at this stage and it is up to us to see how many we can get over the next nine games.
"We're fifth in the League on merit. It isn't by luck, and the lads have stuck together. Confidence is high in the group at the moment.
"Defensively we've been fantastic over the last few games and up top the lads have been putting them in the back of the net."
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