BRISTOL City boss Derek McInnes is predicting his side's match against Millwall will be settled by the odd goal on Tuesday evening.
The Robins scored a 93rd-minute winner against the Lions on their last visit to Ashton Gate in January and McInnes would not be surprised at a repeat scoreline.
"Millwall got a good point at Burnley at the weekend and they are always tough opponents," he told his club's official site.
"Last year at home, it took us until injury time to beat them in a very tight match and we may need something similar."
Bristol City were beaten 3-2 by Leeds United in a five-goal thriller last time out and McInnes has called on his side to impose themselves against Millwall early on.
"We need to make sure we're eager to make up for Saturday's disappointment," he said. "We've got to be more resilient in our defending.
"If we can get a foothold in the game and get the ball moving the way we want to, I think we can cause Millwall a lot of problems, ask them a lot of questions and pick up three points."