Millwall are looking to win their sixth game in 10 as they welcome Middlesbrough to South London. Their opponents are hoping to close the gap between themselves and the play-off places with a win on Saturday.
The Lions are sitting in 10th place, seven points off Saturday's opponents with Middlesbrough, on the other hand, being five points off the play-off places.
Most recently, Millwall lost 3-2 in the London derby when they let slip a 2-0 lead to Queens Park Rangers.
Jed Wallace and Mason Bennett both scored in the first half to put the visitors into half-time with a comfortable lead.
However, Stefan Johansen equalised to make it 2-2 just 15 minutes after Charlie Austin got one back for the R's.
In the 86th minute, centre-back, Jordy de Wijs scored the winner with a looping header from the front post over Bialkowski to hand the Lions a rough defeat.
On Tuesday, Middlesbrough won their third game in five when they hosted Preston North End at the Riverside Stadium.
Jordan Storey scored an own goal, putting Boro 1-0 up in the 22nd minute.
Coming off the bench at half-time, Marcus Tavernier doubled Middlesbrough's lead just six minutes into his appearance.
Millwall January signing, Maikel Kieftenbeld could return to match day squad after a slight hamstring injury.
Ryan Leonard, Conor Mahoney and Kenneth Zohore all remain out for the South London side.
For Middlesbrough, Anfernee Dijksteel is suffering with an ankle injury and is set to be out until July.
Marcus Browne is out for the rest of the season with an ACL injury.
Millwall: Bialkowski; Hutchinson, Pearce, Cooper; Romeo, Woods, Evans, Thompson, Malone; Wallace, Bennett.
Middlesbrough: Bettinelli; Dijksteel, Fry, McNair; Fisher; Howson, Morsy, Kebano, Bola; Fletcher, Watmore.
Ones to watch
Millwall - Jed Wallace
The attacker has scored eight goals so far this season for the Lions along with four assists, and will look to enter double figures for his goal tally again in the Championship.
Typically starting on the left in the front three, Wallace is a key asset to Millwall's attack. He's a threatening player going forward and always one the opposition should be wary of.
Middlesbrough - Neeskens Kebano
Signing in January, the 28-year-old winger is very skilful and brings a different dynamic style Boro' have been lacking previously.
Kebano has the ability to change the game and has a good chance to be involved in any goal scored by Saturday's visitors.
Middlesbrough 3-0 Millwall (12/12/2020)
Where to watch
UK residents will be able to watch the game live on the club's iFollow page on Saturday, 20th March with the game kicking off at 15:00 PM.