Millwall welcome Brighton & Hove Albion to The Den for an Emirates FA Cup Quarter-Final on Sunday afternoon, LIVE on BBC One (kick-off 2pm).
The Lions go into the game in high spirits, having earned a deserved 2-0 victory at Birmingham City in the Sky Bet Championship on Wednesday afternoon, and will now look to seal a place in the Semi-Finals of the world's oldest Cup competition at the expense of the Premier League Seagulls.
Tom Bradshaw and Murray Wallace's injuries mean they will sit out the meeting, whilst Fred Onyedinma, Ben Marshall and Ben Thompson are all Cup-tied. Conor McLaughlin and Jiri Skalak will look to force their way into Neil Harris' squad, whilst the likes of David Martin, Alex Pearce and Ryan Tunnicliffe will aim to keep their places after the midweek win.
Sunday's game is SOLD OUT, with no tickets available to purchase on the day. If you are collecting tickets, then the club strongly advises to arrive in advance to prevent lengthy queues building before kick-off. All the relevant ticketing information ahead of this weekend can be found by clicking here.
If you are unable to make The Den this weekend, then full match commentary will be available on iFollow Millwall, with coverage starting around 1.50pm. UK and international subscribers will be unable to watch all the action on iFollow.
Should you be driving to SE16 this Sunday, please note that strict parking restrictions will be in place in roads surrounding The Den. Please check before you park.
Southwark Foodbank will be continuing their collections under the Millwall Supporters' Club marquee by the Blue Bus. Over 50kg of items were collected at The Lions' last game against Norwich City, but donations are still needed - please click here to find out more.
Lions fan Ayse Smith will be continuing her collections for homeless veterans, whilst Sunday's matchday programme will be on sale around the ground for just £3.
Young Millwall fan Ellice Barr will be a mascot this weekend, and you can read Jed Wallace's thoughts on her cause here, whilst the club's history in the Quarter-Finals of the FA Cup can be seen in our photo gallery.