Millwall captain Tony Craig is hoping for some major drama in tomorrow night’s FA Cup draw.
The Lions are into the fourth round after a 4-1 thumping of Barnsley on Saturday.
And manager Neil Harris has already stated that a home tie against West Ham United would be his top choice. The Hammers face a replay after a 0-0 draw at League One outfit Shrewsbury today.
When asked if he would watch the draw, Craig replied: “Yeah, I will do. On a Monday night at seven o’clock there is not much else on the telly. It is either that or Emmerdale – the missus watches that.
“I’ll just take anyone at home. If you look at it last season we had some big clubs come here.”
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