Millwall welcome Stoke City to The Den this weekend in an interesting fixture in the EFL Championship.
Millwall currently sit 16th in the EFL Championship with one win and two losses from their first two games of the season.
The Lions started the campaign with a 1-0 win away at Middlesbrough on the opening weekend before falling to consecutive defeats at the hands of Bristol City, 0-1, and most recently Norwich City, 3-1.
Millwall were thoroughly outplayed at Norwich last weekend and found themselves 3-0 down after 56 minutes before a consolation goal in injury-time from Aidomo Emakhu made the scoreline slightly more respectable.
Gary Rowett's men were expected by many to challenge for the play-offs this season but they've started this campaign in less than convincing fashion.
Sandwiched in-between these two league defeats was a 0-4 battering at home to Reading in the EFL Cup so the hard truth may be that this season will not go to plan for The Lions.
Despite bringing in striker Kevin Nesbit from Hibernian in the summer it appears The Lions are struggling in front of goal having scored just twice, with one a late consolation goal, in four games in all competitions.
It's early days, of course, but Rowett will drastically need to address this issue if his side are to kick on and realise their potential.
Despite the season's nascence this game is a pretty big one for Millwall and Rowett as another loss risks causing widespread discontent across the fanbase.
Stoke City currently sit 8th in the Championship with two wins and one loss from their first two games of the season.
The Potters began their campaign with a thumping 4-1 win over Rotherham before falling to a 2-0 defeat at Ipswich Town followed by a 1-0 win over Watford last time out.
It's been a solid start to the season for a Stoke side that many predicted would contest for the play-offs this time around and while they may not have been entirely convincing in their opening matches they have at least shown plenty of promise to build upon.
Stoke badly needed a win last weekend after the defeat to Ipswich and an André Vidigal strike on 53 minutes was enough to seal all three points against Watford.
It was a fairly even game that could have gone either way but Stoke will be more than happy at having got back on track with three points.
The Potters lost twice to Millwall last season, by a combined scoreline of 3-0, so they'll want to get some revenge in that regard here.
Given Millwall's struggles for form early on this season this is a game Stoke should fancy themselves to get a result from.
For our Millwall vs. Stoke prediction, we're going for a 1-1 draw.