Coventry City take their fight for Championship survival into the Lions' den tonight when they visit promotion-chasing Millwall.
With relegation rivals Nottingham Forest, Gillingham and Cardiff all playing at home over the next couple of days, Sky Blues' boss Micky Adams knows his side must extend their good away form if they are to avoid the drop.
City hover one place and two points above the bottom three but have won their last two matches away from Highfield Road, beating Reading 2-1 and Watford 3-2, and will be keen to build on Saturday's 1-1 stalemate with the Bluebirds.
But while the league table makes worrying reading for Coventry, Adams is confident his side will not go down. "If we are one of the worst three teams in this league at the end of the season then I'd be disappointed with that, because I don't think we are," Adams said.
"We're in a relegation battle and we'll battle through to the end. I'm confident we can get out of it."
The fixture list is relatively obliging with games against Forest, Plymouth, Brighton and Crewe offering a decent chance of salvation, but Adams would not want to see his slide slip into the relegation area at this stage.
He could give a first start to new central defender Robert Page, who joined from Cardiff last month, while Richard Shaw may start on the bench after shaking off a knee injury. Stuart Giddings (hamstring) and striker Eddie Johnson (groin) are doubtful.
Millwall midfielder David Livermore is poised to return after completing his threematch suspension but Kevin Muscat (Achilles), Paul Ifill (ankle) and Dennis Wise (thigh) are out, while Alan Dunne is suspended.
Meanwhile, Coventry City's on loan right-back Richard Duffy has been selected as part of the Wales Under-21 squad to face Austria in the Uefa Under- 21 Championships.