Lions take on Blades
12/04/19 Reverse order Timestamp format
Hello and welcome to Bramall Lane where Millwall aim to upset Sheffield United and potentially move further away from the bottom three.
It was a 1-1 draw here last season, Steve Morison's equaliser two minutes after Leon Clarke's opener keeping the Lions in sixth place as they chased the play-offs.
Millwall have failed to score only once in seven games against Sheffield United under Neil Harris.
After three successive wins for Harris against Nigel Adkins and then Chris Wilder's sides, there has been one victory in the last four.
And earlier this season, the Blades came from behind to defeat Millwall 3-2 at The Den.
The sides are in very different positions in the Championship table, but Millwall are putting in some good performances recently and will be confident of upsetting the promotion-chasers.
United boss Chris Wilder has been talking about the promotion season for both clubs in 2016-17, Millwall's run last season and this, and what fans of both clubs have in common:
Neil got them up and the year he did, the two most powerful clubs in the division got the top two. If you look at Bolton's squad, okay there was a lot going off, but they had the players to win games of football which they did.
We got a lot of plaudits last season for the way we played but, if you look at it, what Millwall did and what Preston did outstripped what we did.
We could easily have had the season that Millwall are having. It might be disappointing but it's not a disaster season with them, no way at all. If they stay up, they'll be delighted.
We're both working class football clubs with the right ethic and commitment. But through the years, listen, they've had some players. Just like we have here."
There's a snobbery in football. Without being too deep on it, there's a class opinion on what football clubs are and the hierarchy and the elite. Last year, we got a hell of a lot of plaudits for how we played. But what they did and what Preston did topped what we did really.
If you dip your toe in at Millwall, you'll get found out with the supporters. They're the same as here. The fans come to watch football, they're not bothered about the corporate stuff, the hospitality or getting a glass of fizz.
MILLWALL TEAM TO PLAY SHEFFIELD UNITED: Martin; McLaughlin, Pearce, Cooper; Romeo, Tunnicliffe, Leonard, Thompson, Fergie; Wallace; Gregory.
SUBS: Amos Meredith, Williams, Elliott, Morison, O'Brien, Marshall.
Here's the Sheffield United side:
It looks like 3-5-2 for Millwall, with McLaughlin right side of a back three, Romeo and Ferguson the wing-backs.
Or more conventionally, McLaughlin left-back, Romeo right-back, Ferguson left midfield.
We'll see shortly.
More reaction coming up on NewsAtDen.
Bye from here.