Millwall are looking to win their sixth game in 10 as they welcome Swansea City to South London. Their opponents are hoping to close the gap between themselves and the automatic places with a win on Saturday.
The Lions are sitting in ninth place, 11 points off Saturday's opponents in fourth.
Most recently, Millwall won 2-1 against Stoke City on Monday night to move three points away from the Potters.
Murray Wallace and Mason Bennett both scored either side of Jacob Browns' equaliser to win the Lions the game.
On Monday afternoon, Swansea lost in the dying moments of their game against Preston North End when Matt Grimes put the ball in the back of his own net.
Ryan Leonard and Shaun Hutchinson both remain out for the South London side with an ankle injury and a calf injury, respectively.
American winger, Jordan Morris, remains injured and will be on the sideline once again with an ACL injury.
Young forward Liam Cullen and Paul Arriola, who both suffer with an ankle injury, are both set to miss out until May.
German goalkeeper, Steven-Andreas Benda, remains injured and will be on the sideline once again.
Millwall: Bialkowski; M.Wallace, Pearce, Cooper; Romeo, Woods, Evans, Thompson, Malone; J.Wallace, Bennett.
Swansea City: Woodman; Naughton, Bennett, Guehi; Roberts, Fulton, Grimes, Bidwell; Hourihane; Lowe, Ayew.
Ones to watch
Millwall - Jed Wallace
The attacker has scored nine goals so far this season for the Lions along with five 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.
Swansea City - Conor Hourihane
The loan midfielder has stood out for the Swans since his arrival in January, contributing with five goals and one assist.
Sitting in a central role behind Andre Ayew and Jamal Lowe, the Irishman is starting to develop into a fan favourite with his brilliant set-pieces and long range efforts. He will certainly be in and amongst the attacking action against Millwall.
Swansea City 2-1 Millwall (03/10/2020)
Where to watch
UK residents will be able to watch the game live on the club's iFollow page on Saturday, March 20 with the game kicking off at 15:00 BST.