Millwall head to west London on Tuesday night as they meet Queens Park Rangers in the Sky Bet Championship (kick-off 7.45pm).
After last Saturday's narrow 1-0 defeat at Wolves, The Lions will look to bounce back at Loftus Road in what is sure to be an intense London derby atmosphere.
The match will see the two clubs meet for the 71st time - and it is Millwall who hold the upper hand historically, having won on 30 occasions to QPR's 19.
However, The Lions' last success over The R's in W12 came on 4th February 1989, as Jimmy Carter and Tony Cascarino were on target in a 2-1 win.
Neil Harris will be forced into one change on Tuesday night due to Aiden O'Brien serving a one-match suspension following his second yellow card at Molineux. Meanwhile, striker Tom Elliott is expected to miss out once more through injury.
The club advises supporters to arrive early at Loftus Road and to check their travel plans before setting off. Parking around the stadium is extremely limited, with public transport the more favourable option.
Overseas fans will be able to watch Tuesday's London derby LIVE on iFollow, whilst UK subscribers can listen to full match commentary from 7.40pm. For more details, click here.