FULHAM'S ex-Premier League stars can expect a "bit of a shock" when over 4,000 Millwall fans turn up at Craven Cottage on Saturday.
That's the view of goalkeeper David Forde, who reckons the Lions' travelling army will drum up a fantastic atmosphere in this weekend's London derby.
"They'll be in for a bit of a shock," Forde said.
"We're taking over 4,000 fans and they'll thoroughly enjoy going there because it's a fantastic football venue.
"It's an old-school ground and there aren't many of those left.
"I played there a couple of months ago for Ireland against Italy in front of a full house and it was fantastic. The stadium has got a bit of character and a history about it.
"The playing surface was top drawer as well so we're all looking forward to it. It's always nice when you get a chance to put yourselves up against an ex-Premier League side."
"When the Millwall fans haven't been somewhere for a few years they like to venture to these places and a bit of excitement builds.
"The Fulham players will know all about the Millwall fans once they get into full voice."