Date: 17th March 2015 at 11:39am
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Brighton know that we can take a significant step towards safety on Tuesday with a win over Millwall, which would push them further towards League 1, when we go to the Den.

Safety would have seemed even more likely for us if we could have held onto our lead in the one-one draw with Wolves (Click Here) on Saturday.

Millwall will be missing Alan Dunne (suspended) and the injured Nicky Bailey (back), Lee Martin (foot) and Carlos Edwards (knee) but Shaun Cummings, Paris Cowan-Hall and Stefan Maierhofer are all fit to return.

Lewis Dunk (suspension) will sit this one out though as he’s starting a two-match suspension, which is a blow. Greg Halford could shift into the middle or veteran Aaron Hughes come in to play alongside Gordon Greer.

Injuries continue to keep out Sam Baldock, Andrew Crofts (both knee), Kemy Agustien (thigh) and Solly March (calf).

Millwall are looking to complete the double after they beat us one-nil at the Amex Stadium back in December but we’re unbeaten in the last five at the Den and will be looking to keep that run going, which has seen us win three of those five.

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