BOSS Kenny Jackett believes the open nature of the Championship this season gives Millwall every chance of beating Cardiff City on Saturday.
The Bluebirds are five points clear at the top of the table heading into the final round of fixtures of 2012 and have lost just once at home this term.
But Jackett says Millwall are confident they can claim three points in Wales and return to winning ways after a disappointing home defeat to Barnsley last week.
"We're looking forward to going to Cardiff," he said. "They're a big club and they have some great players. If a team can finish above Cardiff in the table, they will get promoted.
"That's what we're in this division for – to take on that type of challenge. I think games are quite tight in this division. If it's close and we can get our details right, we can win games.
"Peterborough beat Bolton 5-4 last Saturday, so if you don't know the league table or the form, it is hard to see who is at the top and who is at the bottom in any one game.
"Whoever you play, you have to be at your very best to get something. That's a big attraction for the division this year."