MILLWALL boss Ian Holloway believes there will be space for his side to exploit against Barnsley on the large playing surface at Oakwell.
Holloway wants the Lions to counter-attack like former club Blackpool, who had a knack of winning away from home under his management.
And Holloway believes the Tykes' huge pitch will be conducive to that style of play.
"Barnsley is a massive pitch," he said. "I have watched their game against Ipswich from the other week, and Mick McCarthy did a few bits really well, so I've shown the lads that.
"The way I am trying to get us to play will suit us away from home. At Blackpool I had some success winning away and you've got to be able to counter attack with a bit of pace.
"For our goal last week, all of my forward players, through midfield and up front, touched the ball before we scored, so it's a matter of time before we're firing on all cylinders."
Millwall will have to be wary of Barnsley's giant forward Nick Proschwitz, who scored both goals in a 2-2 draw at Doncaster last weekend.
"It is him and O'Grady – they look good together," Holloway said. "Why they are down there, who knows, but it's going to be a tough game. It's about us trying to impose our game.
"I'm looking forward to it. We will deal with the battle first and then try to impose ourselves on the game.
"Performances bring you results, so let's see if we can get on a decent run from now until the end of the season, and pick up points on a regular basis – home and away."
Holloway says he has several selection headaches ahead of the game.
"I've got an awful lot of good players," he explained. "I've got options left, right and centre.
"I'll make sure the atmosphere is right after I've picked the team, instead of how it was, and get rid of any selfishness. I can't guarantee results, I just want good performances.
"It will be the hardest team I have picked yet – nobody is tired. Bailey and Chaplow aren't available, but otherwise I've got a full squad to choose from."
Striker DJ Campbell added: "It is another big game. The manager targeted the games against Yeovil, Bolton and Barnsley as being really key for us.
"We've managed to get two draws so far but we were hoping to get at least one win out of those games. Three points at Barnsley would be a big help and a boost."