Lions and Bantams each have a hat-trick in their sightsMillwall and Bradford City both have their eyes on claiming a hat-trick of wins when the two teams lock horns in a League One encounter at The Den on Saturday (3pm).
The Lions and Bantams last met in SE16 just 15 weeks ago, when a Lee Gregory goal in the Play-Off second leg was enough to secure a 4-2 aggregate win over Bradford and book Millwall's place in the Final at Wembley.
However, much has changed since then - especially for tomorrow's visitors - who have a new manager (Stuart McCall) and probably only one guaranteed starter in their team (James Meredith) who played in all four matches against Millwall last season.
Bradford visit The Den boasting a 100 per cent winning record on the road since this campaign, having edged to narrow victories at Peterborough United (1-0) and MK Dons (2-1).
However Neil Harris' Lions are enjoying a decent run of results too, and are looking to maintain their own unbeaten home run in the League this season by completing a hat-trick of wins at the expense of the Bantams.