After struggling in 2018/19, Millwall have enjoyed a stellar start to the new campaign, and are one of five sides at the top of the Sky Bet Championship with seven points from their opening three matches. They’ve impressed at the Den with 1-0 home wins over Preston North End and Sheffield Wednesday, while both their away trips have been at the Hawthorns, defeating West Bromwich Albion 2-1 in the Carabao Cup after drawing 1-1 in the league three days earlier. Former Fulham striker Matt Smith leads the line for the Lions these days, and already has two goals to his name this season.
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It will be dry and cloudy on the whole in SW6 on Wednesday, with a bit of sun creeping through. Temperatures around 19 degrees come kick-off.
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“What I do know is it is a great challenge and great timing after taking seven points from three games. I’m very respectful of the quality of the side we’ll face. They play attractive football and try to keep it on the deck, but that also gives you an opportunity. Craven Cottage is a great place to play. The atmosphere will be superb.” – Millwall manager Neil Harris