Millwall welcome Brentford to The Den on Saturday afternoon for a Sky Bet Championship London derby (kick-off 3pm).
After Tuesday night's victory at Hull City - their fifth consecutive League success on the road - The Lions currently sit six points outside the top six. Their opponents, meanwhile, are just one point ahead in 10th place.
Neil Harris is set to name the same squad that has won four of the last five matches, with Aiden O'Brien being assessed prior to kick-off following a period out of action through an ankle injury.
The two clubs will meet for the 65th time on Saturday, with Brentford 23-20 in front historically. The Lions will look to avenge October's controversial 1-0 defeat at Griffin Park, but will also seek a first home win over The Bees since a televised 1-0 victory in February 2001 - a game in which Tim Cahill scored the winning goal.
Zampa's Family Fun Zone is open this weekend! Between 1-2pm, visit the Lions Centre in Millwall Community Trust for FREE fun. Click here for more details.
Saturday's visit of Brentford also sees Millwall host its first-ever Junior Takeover Day! Five lucky juniors have been chosen to take on a role within the club for the day - so if you see them out and about, be sure to cheer them on!
Loan signing Jason Shackell features on the cover of the matchday programme. An in-depth interview with the defender is inside, plus all the usual stats, facts and features - pick up your copy for just £3.
A healthy crowd is expected for this weekend's London derby, but if you are unable to make it, full match commentary will be available on iFollow Millwall from around 2.50pm. International subscribers can watch all the action on iFollow, too. Click here for more details.