We have a huge game in the Championship play-off race at The Den on Monday as Millwall face Blackburn Rovers.
Millwall currently sit 6th in the Championship with nineteen wins, eleven draws and fifteen losses from forty-five games this season.
The Lions have had an excellent campaign and are looking to cap it off with a place in the play-offs as they enter this game needing to win to ensure their spot in the top six.
A draw could be enough too, but they'd be relying on other results to go their way which is something they no doubt do not want to chance.
They enter this game amidst a mixed run of form having won two and lost three of their last five matches, the most recent of which was a 3-2 win away at Blackpool.
Their form on home soil has been slightly better having won two, drawn one and lost two of their last five matches at home but there still seems to be an air of vulnerability around Millwall as they appear to be ending the season in rocky fashion.
If you offered them the chance to win their last game at home to secure a top six finish at the start of the season they'd have snapped your hand off so they should enter this game in good spirits as they go for the win.
Blackburn Rovers currently sit 9th in the Championship with nineteen wins, nine draws and seventeen losses from forty-five games this season.
Rovers have surprised a few this season having sustained a play-off push throughout the whole campaign in the debut season of their manager Jon Dahl Tomasson.
Few expected Blackburn to seriously contest for the top six given their resources but they've taken it right down to the wire as they have the chance to finish in the play-off places should everything go right.
The odds aren't really in their favour, however, as they need to win this game and hope that both Sunderland and West Bromwich Albion fail to win their respective fixtures in order to leap into 6th place.
They're not in the best form, either, having failed to win any of their last eight matches in the league.
They've only lost one of their last five but have been held to draws in games they should have won, two of which were at home to Coventry City and away at Preston North End where they conceded stoppage-time equalisers, the former being a handball by the goalkeeper and the latter a fluke own goal.
Blackburn will likely fail to make top six and those two games will be what it comes down to. They should give a good account of themselves in this game but it's a tough fixture to have to win.
For our Millwall vs. Blackburn prediction, we're going for a 2-1 win for the home side.
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