Cardiff would be more than happy to repeat their two most recent scorelines as they aim to make it three festive victories on the trot today.
Hugely important successes at Leicester and at home to Crystal Palace saw the Bluebirds beat two of their promotion rivals and open up a five point lead at the top of the Championship.
The visit of Millwall, though, brings them up against yet another club with ambitions of higher things. The Lions begin the afternoon just outside the play-off places, in seventh, and could well present a difficult proposition.
City's twelve home league games, of course, have yet to produce a single draw - 11 wins and one defeat so far - and every sequence does eventually end....
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