Lions take on Trotters
08/03/19 Reverse order Timestamp format
Hello and welcome to coverage of Millwall's crucial relegation clash with crisis club Bolton Wanderers.
The long and short of it is: If the Lions win, they move 11 points clear of Bolton and that would really mean only one more team to be relegated.
But if Bolton win they would only be four points behind Millwall, who could end the weekend in the bottom three.
That's a bit harsh!
Bolton boss Phil Parkinson in today's programme after last week's 2-0 defeat at Swansea left them seven points behind Millwall:
We have to respond today against Millwall.
They are a team themselves who have had some indifferent league results of late and we need to bridge that gap between us and them this afternoon.
Parkinson won't be on the touchline today - he starts a two-match ban after sideline trouble at Leeds.
Here's Mark Beevers in the programme on his time at Millwall:
I loved it.
It was a big move for me, being a northern boy, moving down south. I love it down there, though.
It's a club that people will look at and immediately think of its past reputation, but it was a good place to be and I enjoyed it.
I'm a Bolton player now though and I'd love nothing more than to get three points against them this afternoon.
You always look forward to coming up against your former clubs , of course, it's nice to see a few of the boys that you've played with as well.
That all goes out the window as soon as you cross that white line. It was nice to get that goal against them previously and it would be nice to get another one today.
MILLWALL TEAM TO PLAY BOLTON: Archer; Romeo, Pearce, Cooper, Meredith; Wallace, Thompson, Williams, Fergie; Elliott, Gregory.
MILLWALL SUBS: Martin, Hutch, Leonard, Tunnicliffe, Marshall, O'Brien, Moro.
Two changes for the Lions: Pearce for Hutch; Elliott for Moro in a 4-4-2.
And here's the Bolton side:
Reaction coming up.
Bye from here.