IAN Holloway insists he "does not believe in hoodoos" despite failing to claim a win in his last 11 visits to Turf Moor.
Holloway's Lions face a daunting trip to the home of Sean Dyche's promotion-chasers, who are unbeaten on their own patch in the Championship so far this season.
The Millwall boss has a miserable managerial record in Lancashire, losing eight and drawing three matches since his last win.
However, the Lions are unbeaten in three at Burnley.
But Holloway said ahead of Saturday's game: "None of that matters.
"Even with my previous record there, where I haven't won in a while, I don't think that is relevant. I'm going there with Millwall now and they better watch out, that's how I feel.
"I've been very unlucky there in the past and I feel it's about time that changed.
"Burnley are a good side and have got a great belief structure going at the moment, whereas ours gets damaged whenever we let a goal in.
"I'd say Burnley are over-achieving this season in terms of their budget, but they've got a spirit and a manager who's been there a while, and they know what they're doing.
"They have got two top strikers as well. They will go long to Sam Vokes and I'm confident we can deal with that, but we'll have to watch what Danny Ings is doing.
"I've got a plan for him which we've been working on this week."