Wycombe will face inform Millwall this weekend as the Chairboy's hopes of survival is diminishing game by game.

Gary Rowett and his side are currently on a seven-match unbeaten run as they eye up the play-off places.

After a last-minute goal that gave Derby all three points at Adams Park in midweek, Gareth Ainsworth's side will need to look to pick up a win at The Den in order to boost hopes of staying in the Championship. 

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The Lions beat Birmingham City last time out and will be looking to carry on the excellent form that has seen them rise to eleventh.

The Millwall boss expects Wycombe to “fight for everything” but admits if his side wants to achieve their ambitions this season all three points are a must.

Rowett said: “We’re coming up against two teams who are scrapping for their lives.

"They will be fighting for everything.

“But if we want to have the same ambition to get to where we want to be, or similar to last season, we have to go and take some points in these run of games.”

However, Rowett could be without six first-team players as Ryan Leonard, Connor Mahoney, Shaun Williams, Murray Wallace, Maikel Kieftenbeld, and Kenneth Zohore were all left out of the Birmingham game.

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The Millwall manager has also admitted the pitch isn’t in great condition and it will act as a leveller for the two teams.

Rowett continued: “The pitch is not going to be good.

“It wasn’t great anyway, like most team’s pitches aren’t because they haven’t had the time to do work on them in the summer [due to the Covid-19 pandemic cutting the break].

“And we had to train on the pitch last week because the training ground was frozen.

“It is going to be a difficult pitch to play on.

“It is a little bit of a leveler.”

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Wycombe are currently 10 points from safety and will need to start picking up points if they want a shot at survival.

The Chairboys travel to The Den on Saturday afternoon as they look to win their fifth game of the campaign.