Millwall boss Neil Harris hopes for an atmosphere similar to the Good Friday sell-out against Nottingham Forest as Bristol City come to The Den in the Sky Bet Championship this Saturday (kick-off 3pm).
The Lions are 14 games unbeaten in the League and have also gone 14 matches without defeat in all competitions at home since a 1-0 loss to Burton Albion on 4th November.
Millwall and Bristol City are neck-and-neck in the race for the Play-Offs with just six games remaining and the manager - who called the current situation a "dream scenario" whilst also wanting more between now and May - has asked for a sell-out when The Robins visit SE16.
"We've got six games to go and we're in a wonderful position," he told millwallfc.co.uk. "40 games in, us and Bristol City are right on the coattails of the Play-Offs - it's a dream scenario for us.
"It's what we want, but we want more. We want to be in the Play-Offs. We want to be in there after Saturday's game and we want to make sure we're in there in six games' time.
"There'll be a great atmosphere at the weekend. It has to be every bit as good, if not better, than the Forest game. Bristol City are coming with something to play for, so their fans are going to get behind their team.
"I expect every Millwall seat sold out for the game. It's the time to come and get behind your team and support them."
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