NOTTINGHAM Forest manager Stuart Pearce expects his side's promotion credentials to be tested at The Den tomorrow.
Forest are the early leaders in the Championship standings and continued their formidable start to the season with a 5-3 victory over Fulham in midweek.
But Pearce, a City Ground legend, is not anticipating an easy ride in SE16 – even though the Lions have suffered consecutive defeats to Ipswich and Reading.
"I went down to watch Millwall at Reading on Tuesday night and they were unlucky to lose the game," lexapro generic 40 mg Pearce told his club's official site.
"Ollie likes his teams to play on the front foot and that's what we're expecting from Millwall tomorrow. They're the home team and they'll want to put pressure on us.
"Millwall have had a good start to the season, I know they have lost their last couple of games, but overall they've done very well.
"They're a real threat from set-plays, particularly with Ricardo Fuller up front, and they will want to play attacking football in the style of their manager."