West Bromwich Albion return to Sky Bet Championship action with a home game against Millwall on Saturday, April 1 (ko 3pm).
The Baggies, who last played over two weeks ago at Cardiff City, have won 10 of their last 11 matches at The Hawthorns, keeping 10 clean sheets in the process too.
Carlos Corberán's men have nine remaining fixtures and currently sit five points behind the Lions who occupy the fourth and final Play-Off spot heading into this weekend's round of encounters.
Millwall lost 1-0 at home to lowly Huddersfield Town in their most recent game, but Gary Rowett's team are in good form away from the Den and have taken seven points from the last nine on offer on their travels.
Follow the game live
Supporters in the United Kingdom can listen to live audio commentary of Saturday's showdown on WBA Radio.
Regular commentary duo Gez Mulholland and former player Andy Johnson will be on air from 2.50pm. Audio passes are available for £2.50 here.
Baggies fans outside the United Kingdom can watch the game live on WBA TV.
Millwall are in a favourable position to qualify for the Sky Bet Championship Play-Offs having enjoyed an impressive campaign in the second tier so far.
The Lions have eight remaining matches to secure a shot at winning promotion to the Premier League for the first time and returning to England's top table after an absence of over three decades.
Saturday's guests have a healthy 60 points to their name from their 38 games played and are one of the sides the Baggies are trying to hunt down and overtake in the race for the top six.
Millwall boast a strong recent record on their travels, taking seven points from the last nine on offer and winning four of their last six away from The Den, losing just once.
Former Burton Albion, Birmingham City, Derby County and Stoke City boss Gary Rowett is the man in charge and has been for three-and-a-half years. He's guided the club to three top-half finishes in the last three terms, but they'll be looking to go one better in 2022/23 and claim a Play-Off position.
From the Albion Archive
Jason Koumas scored an absolute cracker for the Baggies against Millwall in the promotion-winning campaign of 2003/04.
His stunning strike, which can be viewed below, was the first of two for the Albion in their 2-1 victory over the Lions at The Hawthorns in September 2003.
Scott Dobie scored the other goal for the hosts that night, while Scott Nethercott found the net for Millwall.
One for the stattos
There have been exactly two goals scored in seven of the last nine meetings between West Bromwich Albion and Millwall.
The Lions are unbeaten in three games against the Baggies and in their last three trips to The Hawthorns.
Both of the last two league encounters in the West Midlands have ended 1-1.
Tickets for the encounter are on general sale to Albion supporters with a booking history.
The Fan Zone will be open from midday on Saturday to Albion and Millwall supporters with a match ticket.
Live entertainment, fun games for the kids, merchandise stalls and plenty of food and drink offerings will all be available ahead of the encounter with the Londoners.