MILLWALL is one of the "most daunting" places to go in League One says Nigel Clough but the Brewers will face the Easter Monday fixture with no fear.
Speaking after the 0-0 stalemate with Oldham, Clough said: "Although it's only a couple of days between games in some ways as a player you can't wait for the next game when you haven't performed as well as you can do.
"Millwall is one of the most daunting places to go but we have picked up wins at a lot of the bigger clubs away from home this season
"They had a long trip back from Bradford on Saturday, we have a long trip down there, so it won't be easy for either team but I think we will have a bit more energy than we did against Oldham.
"It's on TV again but I'm not sure that is a good omen as we haven't done that well when we have been on this season."
The Brewers players were training today and Clough will assess the fitness of his squad, which will be boosted by the arrival of on-loan Nottingham Forest striker Tyler Walker on Easter Monday.
He said: "We will see who has knocks or is feeling the worst. But we don't want to make too many changes as this team in the last couple of games before Oldham has been magnificent.
"We have Tyler Walker joining us after his England under 20 game so that will be a nice little addition to the squad. He gives us a bit of cover and a bit of energy, as Hamza Choudhury and Mason Bennett have done since they came in. Young players have that innocence and just go out on play. So we will get him in and see what he can do.
"We have eight games to go and we got another point on the board against Oldham, which is another one other teams have got to get to catch us."