Millwall manager Neil Harris is hoping to land West Ham United in tonight’s FA Cup third round draw.
The Lions will learn their opponents this evening when the draw is made.
And Harris would ideally want a tie against the Hammers – or local rivals Crystal Palace.
“First and foremost our concentration is going to be on the league,” he told the South London Press. “But what I’m hoping for in the draw is West Ham, away or at home. I’m not fussed where we play.
“The two ties I’d really like to play is West Ham or Crystal Palace. My players have experienced so much – so many good times in a Millwall shirt – and I’d love them to experience games against West Ham or Crystal Palace in the FA Cup.”
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