MILLWALL will be looking to extend their unbeaten run to 10 games against a Coventry City side that sit bottom of the table.
The Lions will also want to end a run of four successive league draws which leaves them four points off the top six.
Coventry have huge worries both on and off the field, with fans becoming increasingly angry with owners Sisu's management of the club.
Sky Blues boss Rusell Slade recruited youth (Watford striker Michael Folivi, Derby pair Farrend Rawson and Charles Vernam and Burton's Callum Reilly) and experience (Kevin Foley from Charlton, Nathan Clarke from Bradford and Stuart Beavon from Burton) in January, and he hopes they can be the difference to help them stay up – though they are eight points off safety.
Lucas Ball spoke to Coventry fan Steve Taylor ahead of Saturday's clash at the Ricoh Arena.
What made you support Coventry?: I was born locally, and they are the closest team to me, so I chose to support them.
What's happening with the owners at the moment?: Sisu have pretty much sold the club premier-pharmacy.com/product-category/gastrointestinal/ down the river. We have no owned ground, no youth facilities and the training ground is up for sale. They always seem to sell our best players and never reinvest the money.
How was the January window for Coventry?: Surprisingly, we did not sell any of our star players, which made a change. We actually rejected a one-and-a-half-million pound bid for Ben Stevenson too.
We brought in a number of players, including former Wolves defender Kevin Foley, but it remains to be seen if any of these will be enough to fight relegation.
Who will Millwall have to watch out for? Likewise, who will Coventry have to watch out for from the Millwall side?: We don't really have anyone particularly outstanding in my opinion, but if Beavon has a good game, he could cause some danger to the Millwall defence.
For me, we have to watch out for Steve Morison. He always seems to pop up with a goal against us and leads the line really well for you.
Finally, a score prediction?: Coventry 0-2 Millwall