Tonight, two teams on long unbeaten runs go head-to-head at the New Den.
Millwall, on a 17-game unbeaten run, take on Fulham, who are on a 21-game unbeaten run.
It promises to be a fascinating encounter with both sides harbouring ambitions of playing Premier League football.
Ahead of the game, the Millwall manager, Neil Harris, has been speaking to the local media vehicle, BBC Radio London, with Harris remarking about the game,
“The atmosphere will be electric and I can’t want to see my players perform in that scenario; a cauldron of noise with so much at stake for both clubs.
“I’m extremely proud of what the players have done so far but when you have got three games to go it is one last big effort. Can we get enough points to get over the line and try and have a play-off campaign?
“Fulham are under pressure because they should be very close to that top two, if not in it.
“We have no expectation levels on us which means we can go and play with freedom, go and express ourselves and try and impose ourselves on the game.”
Is Harris right?
Is all the pressure on Fulham tonight, or is it a bit of kidology?
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