ALAN Dunne is confident Millwall will be able to contain Bournemouth's 40-goal strike pairing of Lewis Grabban and Yann Kermorgant on Saturday.
The Cherries will make their highest-ever finish in the league standings this season, and the prolific form of Grabban and Kermogant has been crucial to their impressive campaign.
And Dunne, who has been a revelation since moving to centre back for the Lions, is fully aware of the threat posed by Bournemouth's attacking stars.
"Their strikers are very, very dangerous," he said. "They've got a lot of power between them. Bournemouth will be one of the biggest tests we've faced this season.
"We know their strengths and we have to lock them down. I'm confident we can reduce the chances they create."
Grabban has scored 57 goals in 147 appearances for three difference clubs since making his last appearance for Millwall in January 2011.
"He was always a physical lad but he was very raw when he was here," Dunne said of the former Lions frontman.
"He was a fit, strong athletic player with a lot of ability which just needed to be nurtured in the right way and Eddie Howe had done that with him.
"He has surprised a lot of people and there's talk of him going back to Crystal Palace for £3million, so fair play to him for achieving what he has in this league."
Boss Ian Holloway added: "Bournemouth are a very good side. We've had them watched a couple of times and they look an excellent unit.
"They have just missed out on the play-offs and Eddie will be disappointed about that, but they've had an excellent season.
"Bournemouth are a side we're trying to emulate. Eddie's done a great job.
"We know the strengths of his team but we've third in the form table so we'll focus on doing what we have been doing."