Millwall travel to Ipswich Town in the Sky Bet Championship on Easter Monday (kick-off 3pm) looking for a seventh consecutive away League win.
After victories at Leeds United, Reading, Birmingham City, Burton Albion, Hull City and Barnsley, Neil Harris' squad will arrive at Portman Road looking to set a new club record.
They take on a Tractor Boys outfit with little to play for at either end of the table and with long-serving manager Mick McCarthy seeing out his final matches in charge before departing at the end of the campaign.
The same squad that defeated Nottingham Forest on Good Friday is available for selection in Suffolk, with just Byron Webster and Ben Thompson remaining on the injured list.
In 53 previous meetings between the two, Ipswich hold the upper hand by two (21-19) and have defeated The Lions on the last three occasions, but Millwall will hope to emulate their last win at Portman Road, which came in April 2012, as Andy Keogh (2) and Liam Trotter were on target in a 3-0 win.
The Lions' allocation of just under 2,000 tickets has SOLD OUT for Monday's clash, with no further tickets being made available.
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