NEWSATDEN looks at all of Millwall’s 23 opponents ahead of the 2018-19 Championship season.
Next up, Lucas Ball casts an eye over London rivals Brentford.
Nickname: The Bees
Manager: Dean Smith
Stadium: Griffin Park [12,763]
Postcode: TW8 0NT
Club website: www.brentfordfc.co.uk
Nearest train station: Brentford
Match-day directions: www.footballgroundguide.com
Promotion odds (Sky Bet): 9/2
Last meeting: Sky Bet Championship – Millwall 1-0 Brentford [Saville 1']; March 10, 2018
Last season: 9th in Sky Bet Championship
Goals for: 62
Goals against: 52
Top league goal scorer: Neal Maupay (12)
First-team 2018-19 transfers
Ins: Ezri Konsa [£2.85 million from Charlton]; Said Benrahma [undisclosed from Nice]
Outs: Konstantin Kerschbaumer [£1 million to Ingolstadt]; Andreas Bjelland [free transfer to Copenhagen]
Work on Brentford's new stadium will continue this campaign, with the Bees aiming to move to their New Lionel Road home at the end of 2019.
On the pitch, it was an impressive campaign for another side on a relatively modest budget, finishing ninth, just three points below Millwall. Dean Smith was touted for the West Brom job, among others, further showing just how good a job he is doing at Griffin Park.
In a Q&A on Millwall's official Twitter account, Jed Wallace said that he thought Ollie Watkins was the best winger he played against last season.
Millwall were 1-0 victors at The Den in March during their 17-game unbeaten league run, George Saville netting against his former side after Brentford won 1-0 at Griffin Park the previous November through a Romaine Sawyers strike.
Konsa looks to be a useful addition to the squad after the defender performed well for Charlton in recent seasons.
Brentford are being tipped to have a strong campaign. Neal Maupay will be looking to improve upon last season's goal tally, and if Watkins continues his development then the Bees’ immediate future appears promising.
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