Millwall travel up to Lancashire this weekend as they come up against Preston North End at Deepdale, hoping to put an end to their run of four games without a win.
Gary Rowett’s side currently occupy 11th place in the Championship table, but face a Preston side who are unbeaten in six.
Their last league defeat came against Middlesbrough on New Year’s Day.
Millwall on the other hand will have had mixed emotions following their 1-1 draw against Fulham on Wednesday night, after an offside goal was awarded their way, and Jed Wallace missed a spot-kick.
The Lions won the last meeting between the sides back on the opening day of the season, but that has been their only win over the Lilywhites in the last seven years.
Ahead of the big game, we take a look at the likely XI Gary Rowett will field at Deepdale…
Rowett is likely to name an unchanged side for this clash, and will also look to use the 5-2-3 formation once again away from home.
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Bartosz Bialkowski will remain in goal for Millwall, and after no clean sheets in his last two appearances, the Pole will want to make amends this time around.
The back five also stay the same – with Murray Wallace at right-wing-back, a central trio of Jake Cooper, Alex Pearce and Shaun Hutchinson, and Mahlon Romeo at left-wing-back.
With Shaun Williams unavailable for the upcoming match, Ryan Woods and Jayson Molumby will partner up once again in central midfield. Ryan Leonard is also not yet ready to start for the Lions.
Jed Wallace starts on the right-hand side, looking to make amends after his penalty miss against Fulham, with Jon Dadi Bodvarsson on the other wing.
Tom Bradshaw gets the nod upfront, but the Welshman is in the midst of a mini-goal drought; he has not found the net in seven games in all competitions.