Read the facts and figures ahead of Saturday's game
Next up for Millwall is this weekend's visit of Bradford City when The Lions will be looking to build on a favourable head-to-head record against the West Yorkshire club.
The two clubs have met on 43 previous occasions - 17 of which have been won by Millwall compared to 10 victories for The Bantams. The remaining 16 meetings have ended all square.
Most recently, of course, The Lions met Bradford in last season's League One Play-Off Semi-Final. In the opening clash goals from Lee Gregory, Steve Morison and Joe Martin gave Millwall a comfortable 3-1 advantage heading into the second leg at The Den five days later when another from Gregory was enough to secure a 1-1 draw and in turn a place in the Final at Wembley.
That first leg win ended a five-game unbeaten run Bradford had enjoyed in this fixture dating back to May 2007. Millwall's last victory over The Bantams in SE16 came in December 2006 when Nathan Doyle's extra-time own goal helped the hosts to a 1-0 FA Cup Third Round victory. Remarkably, The Lions also beat Bradford at The Den in League action just three days before that Cup tie when Felipe Morais - now a Bantams player - found the net along with Darren Byfield in a 2-0 win.
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