Injury-free Lions prepare for Swindon trip
Anything less than a victory at Swindon will be unacceptable according to Lions boss Neil Harris, whose side can take strides towards ticking off another League objective on Saturday.
The midweek draw at Rochdale took The Lions' Sky Bet League One tally to 60 points, a significant milestone according to the manager.
"It's a hurdle to get over the 60 point mark," Chopper told millwallfc.co.uk
"However, it's another hurdle entirely to reach our target of being in the play-offs. After two draws it means our trip to Swindon is a massive, massive game for us.
"We have to look at the 16 game unbeaten run and say "brilliant," but now we have to go looking for victory at Swindon."
Harris hopes to have a fully-fit squad available for the trip west. Goalkeeper Jordan Archer made a successful return from injury on Tuesday night and is expected to retain his position in the number 1 shirt.
Meanwhile, Robins skipper Nathan Thompson has been cleared of concussion after suffering a head injury in a narrow defeat to Bradford City, while Lloyd Jones and midfielder Yaser Kasim will also be hopeful of involvement at The County Ground.Tweets by @MillwallFC