All you need to know ahead of Saturday's encounter...
Millwall welcome MK Dons to The Den on Saturday afternoon (kick-off 3pm) looking to extend their unbeaten run to 17 games.
Following Tuesday night's 1-0 win over Peterborough United, The Lions sit in 6th place in the Sky Bet League One table and have now racked up nine consecutive clean sheets.
Meetings between The Lions and MK Dons have been sporadic at best, with the clubs playing each other only five times since the visitors' formation in 2004.
The inaugural match between the two was one to forget for Millwall, as Milton Keynes, complete with ex-Lion Willy Gueret in goal, travelled back up the M1 with all three points following a 4-0 win.
However, since then, The Lions have taken a stronghold on the fixture, winning three of the last four matches.
In March 2009, Marc Laird was on target as Kenny Jackett's outfit capped their first ever trip to Stadium MK with a victory, whilst in December 2009, Steve Morison ignited his Lions career with a last-minute winner in a 3-2 win at The Den.
Another ex-Lion, Jermaine Easter, scored a brace for MK to draw level, but Morison helped The Lions on their way to a win after Andy Frampton and Chris Hackett had put Millwall into an early 2-0 lead.
Neil Harris scored twice as Millwall won 3-1 at Stadium MK in February 2010, with Danny Schofield also on target, whilst earlier this season - the second weekend of the campaign, to be precise - the last meeting between the two saw four goals scored in nine first-half minutes.
Paul Downing turned the ball into his own net on 27 minutes to hand Millwall the lead, with new signing David Worrall smashing home a second just three minutes later.
However, Kieran Agard got the hosts back into it with a quick-fire double. His first goal for the club arrived on 28 minutes, with the equaliser arriving five minutes after.
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