Two sides in need of a win meet in Wales this weekend as Cardiff City face Millwall in the EFL Championship.
Cardiff City currently sit 11th in the EFL Championship with eight wins, three draws and eight losses from nineteen games this season.
The Bluebirds are having a solid season compared with what was expected of them coming into the campaign as they look far better than the relegation-contending side most thought they would be.
They're entering this game fairly out of form, though, having won only one of their last five matches, the most recent of which was a 2-0 loss away at Southampton.
Defeat at 4th placed Southampton was not unexpected and there is no shame in such a loss, but it puts them in a difficult place in terms of form and puts pressure on them to take three points from this game.
Cardiff's home form has been up and down of late too, with the Bluebirds having won two, drawn one and lost two of their last five games on the road.
It's unlikely that Cardiff will get dragged into a relegation battle given they're nine points clear of the drop zone but even if just for morale they need to win this one.
Given Millwall's struggles of late this is not a game they should lose.
Millwall currently sit 19th in the Championship with five wins, six draws and eight losses from nineteen games.
The Lions have been a huge disappointment in the Championship this season after many fancied them to kick on from last season where they narrowly missed out on a playoff place.
They're entering this game amidst a very poor run of form having won only one of their last nine games, losing three of their last five.
Their most recent encounter saw them held to a 1-1 draw at home to Sunderland, with the Black Cats cancelling out Kevin Nisbet's opener late on.
Despite their struggles on the whole their away form has been pretty decent as they come into this one having lost only one of their last seven games on the road.
Millwall parted ways with manager Gary Rowett in October and replaced him with Joe Edwards, and after winning his first game in charge 4-0 at Sheffield Wednesday his side are now three games without a win and need to avoid slipping into a rut.
Their solid away form is a fairly convincing reason to back them to get something from this game, especially given Cardiff aren't pulling up trees themselves.
For our Cardiff vs. Millwall prediction, we're going for a 1-1 draw.