Find out the facts and figures ahead of Tuesday's game
Next up for Millwall is Tuesday night's Sky Bet League One game away to Port Vale.
The Lions did the double over The Valiants last season - winning 2-0 at Vale Park and 3-1 in SE16 - but it is still Tuesday's hosts who hold the head-to-head advantage going into the latest fixture.
The two clubs have met on 48 previous occasions with the Stoke-on-Trent side victorious 21 times compared to 17 for Millwall, while the remaining 10 matches have ended in draws.
Vale's last win over The Lions came on their own patch in January 2008 (3-1) and they also won against Millwall there the previous season (2-0 in March 2007).
Both teams go into Tuesday's meeting looking to bounce back after disappointing results last Saturday. The Lions suffered a last-gasp 3-2 defeat to Rochdale in SE16 while Port Vale lost 2-1 away to Bristol Rovers.
At home, however, Bruno Ribeiro's men have won all five of their games so far in 2016/17, four of which have been in the League as well as another - against Derby County - in the Checkatrade Trophy. The situation was similar last season, though, when The Valiants were unbeaten at Vale Park going into their meeting with Millwall on 15th September, a run which ended when Mark Beevers and Lee Gregory found the net in that aforementioned 2-0 success for The Lions.
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