Date: 20th April 2018 at 11:52am
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An intriguing London derby awaits us tonight when Fulham make the journey across London to take on Millwall, at the New Den.

It is a game, from which, both sides will be looking to take the three points on offer.

But, according to the record and form books, who is the likelier of the two sides to taste victory?

Here’s a few facts and figures that could influence your thinking:

• Fulham have a good recent record in trips to take on Millwall, the last 4 meetings have yielded 3 wins and 1 draw for Fulham.

• The last time Fulham lost an away league game against Millwall was back in April 1982 when, in a 7-goal thriller, they were beaten 4-3.

• Goals, in the last 3 Championship fixtures between the two sides have been scarce, with each side scoring just the 1 goal.

• Millwall have a good record when it comes to Friday night fixtures, at home. In 13 home fixtures, in all competitions, Millwall have won 8, drawn 4 and lost 1.

• Slavisa Jokanovic has a good record against Millwall, in 3 Championship meetings he’s won all 3 games, 2 whilst in charge of Watford and 1 whilst in charge of Fulham.

• The 2017 / 2018 season has already been great for Ryan Sessegnon with the teenager being amongst the six nominees for the PFA Young Player of the Year, heading into the game tonight, Ryan has scored 14 goals, a figure no other teenager in the top four tiers of English football can match.