Neil Harris is relishing the tough run of fixtures facing Millwall – and says they have “no fear” either at The Den or on their travels.
The Lions are yet to win on the road but earned a 3-1 victory over Sheffield United today at The Den.
And next in wait for the South London club is a trip to Aston Villa. The rest of the year has a number of enticing fixtures with Middlesbrough, Wolves and QPR all coming to Millwall’s ground along with a fixture at Derby County.
“What a run of fixtures for the football club,” said Harris. “We don’t fear anybody at home. We don’t fear anybody on the road.
“We’ve probably bossed seven of our nine game on the road and not had the rewards. That will change – it has to change. We have not scored the goals we deserve and have got three today.
“Sheffield United deserve to be where they are in the table, they have outplayed so many big clubs in this division. As far as they have come means it is a scalp for us.”
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