Two sides in need of a win meet at The Den this weekend as Millwall face Rotherham United in the EFL Championship.
Millwall currently sit 18th in the EFL Championship with two wins, one draw and three losses from their first six league games of the season.
The Lions have been fairly disappointing in the opening weeks of the campaign having been expected to be a thorn in the side of many of the league's better sides having narrowly missed out on the play-offs last season.
They're coming into this game very much out of form having won one, drawn one and lost three of their last five games, the most recent of which was a 0-3 hammering at home to Leeds United.
The loss against Leeds was a comprehensive one with Gary Rowett's side failing to break down a resolute Leeds backline which struggling to deal with the forward power that the Yorkshire side possess.
The Lions will feel hard done by in that they've had a tough run in terms of fixtures at the start of the campaign, but a side capable of finishing in the top six would likely have accumulated more points at this stage of the campaign.
They've really struggled in front of their own fans this season, too, having won one and lost three of their four home games in all competitions so far so this will likely be a nervy encounter for The Lions, despite the fact they're playing one of the sides in the league that are shorter on quality.
Rotherham United currently sit 21st in the EFL Championship with one win, one draw and four losses from their first six league games of the season.
Rotherham have started the season in fairly expected fashion as they sit in and amongst the relegation dog fight having only picked up a few points.
They're coming into this game off the back of a disappointing 2-0 loss away at Huddersfield Town having also lost four of their last five so they're fairly out of shape.
In the game prior they had claimed a huge, and surprising, 2-1 win over Norwich City but they were unable to build on that this past weekend.
Rotherham have a persistent issue in that they're much, much worse away from home than they are on home soil so they're overly reliant on their home form to keep them up.
Given they're away from home here it's unlikely they'll win, but they're playing a side very much out of form here so if ever there were a chance to claim a huge away win it's here.
For our Millwall vs. Rotherham prediction, we're going for a 2-0 win for the home side.