NEIL Harris believes the pressure is on Nottingham Forest on Wednesday night – with their fans expecting a win over the Lions.
Millwall haven’t won in seven league games and face a Forest side looking to extend their unbeaten run in all competitions to six.
The Lions lost on the opening day to Forest last season before beating them at home.
Harris' side have yet to win away this season.
“Like most teams in this division, they’ve got a big squad and can rotate players,” Harris said. “They’ve got good players to come in that are attack-minded and can score goals.
“They seem to have a little bit more resolution about them this season to stand a bit stronger. We know it’s a tough game, but it’s a good one for us again. We’ll go to Forest and 20,000 of their fans will turn up expecting them to beat Millwall, the expectation is on the home team to force the play and be beating us comfortably.
“But that’s when we are at our best. What we have seen over the course of the last five weeks is that when we’re not at our very best we can struggle against any team.
“Tomorrow night the expectation is on Forest to turn up and beat Millwall comfortably.”
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