NEIL Harris is confident his side would be more than a match for Fleetwood if the two clubs met in the play-offs.
Millwall lost 1-0 to the Cod Army on Monday despite dominating the game.
Uwe Rosler’s Fleetwood are currently third with Millwall sixth, and if they are still in those positions after 46 games they will meet in the first leg of a play-off semi-final at The Den on May 4.
Millwall defeated Fleetwood 2-1 at home earlier in the season. The Lions face Oxford on Saturday before their final-day trip to Bristol Rovers.
Asked if he thought his side could beat Fleetwood and reach another play-off final, Harris said: “Without a shadow of a doubt.
“We’ve come to their patch and played them off the park. Credit to them for getting the result but I’ve seen the shot count and we had 14 within 12 yards of the goal.
“That’s a ridiculous number in any game of football and I’d say at least 10 of them were clear goal-scoring opportunities. We hit the post three times within 15 minutes of the start of the game. We should have been out of sight. But we’re not so there is still plenty to work on on the training pitch.
“The players will be fine. My front players have been outstanding, they’ve scored well over 100 goals for me in two seasons. My centre-halves have been aggressive in the box and had goal-scoring opportunities.
“Why it didn’t go for us, who knows? It happens once a season. We have to take it on the chin.
“The players are disappointed because they did enough to win that game twice, three, four times over.”
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