NEWSATDEN looks at all 23 of Millwall’s Championship opponents ahead of the new season.
Lastly, Lucas Ball casts an eye over play-off hopefuls Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Manager: Nuno Santo
Stadium: Molineux (31,700)
Club website: www.wolves.co.uk
Nearest train station: Wolverhampton
Postcode: WV1 4QR
Title OddsGoals for: (Sky Bet): 10/1
Last meeting: Championship – Wolves 4-2 Millwall (May 2, 2015; Molineux)
Position: 15th in Sky Bet Championship
Goals for: 54
Goals against: 58
Top league goal scorers: Helder Costa and Dave Edwards (10)
Ins: Ruben Neves (£15mil); Roderick Miranda (£2.5mil); Barry Douglas (£1mil); Phil Ofosu-Ayeh (Free); Ryan Bennett (Free); John Ruddy (Free); Ruben Vinagre (Loan); Willy Boly (Loan); Leo Bonatini (Loan); Diogo Jota (Loan); Will Norris (Undisclosed)
Outs: Jon Flatt (Loan); Paul Gladon (Loan); Lee Evans (Loan); Ethan Ebanks-Landell (Loan); Dominic Iorfa (Loan); Mike Williamson (Free); Bradley Reid (Free); James Henry (Free); George Saville (Undisclosed); Jon Dadi Bodvarsson (Undisclosed); Jed Wallace (Undisclosed); Silvio (Released)
Wolves have spent nearly £20million already in this window and earlier this week made a bid of the same amount for Burnley striker Andre Gray, underlining the financial might Millwall are competing with this season.
Manager Nuno Santo arrived in the summer after underachieving in one season in charge of Porto, and his challenge now is to ensure Wolves meet raised expectations. They spent £15million on Ruben Neves, and ambition like that in the transfer market must be matched on the pitch.
Wolves also snapped up the experienced goalkeeper John Ruddy and defender Ryan Bennett from Norwich, and a lot will be expected of Diogo Jota, brought in on loan from Atletico Madrid.
Wolves vs. Millwall (Saturday September 9, 2017)
Millwall vs. Wolves (Tuesday December 26, 2017)
Jamie Philpot scored on his senior Millwall debut when the sides last met.