Bolton Wanderers are on a resurgence since Neil Lennon took over the reigns at the Macron Stadium and they will be looking to extend their six-match unbeaten run when they visit Millwall tonight (7.45pm kick-off).
The Trotters have drawn their last two games and sit 18th in the Championship whilst Millwall are two places behind tonight’s visitors but are on the same number of points. A win for either side will lift them up to 14th – for a day at least.
The Lions grabbed a vital win last weekend against fellow strugglers Brighton & Hove Albion – which was only their fifth victory of the season and their first win in seven matches.
Millwall: Winger Lee Martin is doubtful with a toe injury whilst Nicky Bailey and Carlos Edwards are still recovering.
Bolton: Eidur Gudjohnsen could make his first start for Bolton since 2000 and fellow striker Conor Wilkinson is pushing for a place.
Max Clayton will miss the rest of the season with a knee injury whilst Craig Davies and Joe Mason both have hamstring problems and will miss the trip to The Den.
Match Facts: The last meeting between the two sides finished 1-1 at The Den in February.
Millwall have won just one of their last seven meetings with Bolton in all competitions, which was a 2-1 home win in October 2012.
The Lions have only beaten Bolton once in their last four meetings at home in all competitions.
Millwall have lost their last two home matches – conceding eight goals.
Bolton are unbeaten in their last six games, winning three – but have only won one of their 10 away matches this season.