Brentford v Millwall

Published on: 13 October 2017

Lasse Vibe scored 16 goals for Brentford last season but did not find the net in his first four appearances in 2017-18Click here for live text coverage on Saturday 14:00-20:00 BST

Brentford forward Lasse Vibe is available again after missing almost two months with a heel injury.

Defenders John Egan (concussion) and Andreas Bjelland (hamstring) may return, but left-back Rico Henry (knee) could miss the rest of the season.

Millwall centre-back Byron Webster is a long-term absentee after damaging his cruciate ligament.

Midfielder Shaun Williams (knee) is also on the sidelines, but striker Tom Elliot is back in contention.

SAM's predictionHome win 49%Draw 25%Away win 26%

SAM, the Sports Analytics Machine, is a super-computer built by @ProfIanMcHale of the University of Liverpool.

Match factsEight of the last 11 league meetings between the sides at Griffin Park have ended as draws.Millwall's last win over Brentford in the second tier came in January 1993 - they won 6-1, which remains the last time they scored six goals in a second tier match.Brentford haven't won any of their last seven home matches in all competitions (D4 L3) their worst run since December 2006 (a run of 11).Millwall manager Neil Harris scored a hat-trick when these sides met at Griffin Park in April 2000, helping the Lions to a 3-1 victory.Brentford's Romaine Sawyers has created the most chances without providing an assist in the Championship this season (24).Lee Gregory has found the net in each of his previous two league appearances against the Bees for Millwall, scoring two goals.