MILLWALL aim to end a six-match losing sequence in league visits to Huddersfield tonight.
Not since 1981-82, when the Londoners’ side included Sam Allardyce and Kevin Horlock, have they won here.
Phil Warman and Nick Chatterton scored for the Lions as they won 2-1 in front of 8,546 in the old Division III. Ian Robins scored for Town.
The previous season, Town’s promotion bid bad been ended when Millwall won 1-0 at Leeds Road with a goal by Dean Horrix.
A pitch invasion by home fans in a 13,353 crowd led to the erection of a perimeter fence at the ground.
When Town finally won promotion to the old Division II, in 1982-83, Millwall were drubbed 5-1 in West Yorkshire in a game shown on Match of the Day.
Colin Russell (2), Mark Lillis, Keith Hanvey and Phil Wilson netted in front of 8,111.
Since then there have been wins of 4-3 (1985-86), 3-0 (1986-87), 2-1 (1987-88), 3-0 (1995-96) and 4-2 (last season).
Luke Beckett (2, including a penalty), Michael Collins and Mark Hudson got the goals back on April 21 last year.
Millwall were 4-0 winners at Leeds Road in an FA Cup third-round tie in 1991-92.
The South London side’s first-ever visit to Huddersfield was in the FA Cup quarter-finals in 1921-22.
They were beaten 3-0 by Herbert Chapman’s side, who went on to lift the trophy with a 1-0 final triumph over Preston at Stamford Bridge.
The first of 13 previous league visits came in the original Division II in 1966-67.
A crowd of 12,205 saw Colin Dobson, with a penalty, and Tony Leighton clinch a 2-0 win over Millwall, who had been promoted the season before.
The Lions’ only other away win over Town was by a 2-0 margin in 1966-67.