Preston are one of the Championship's form sides having taken 13 points from their last five matches, a feat that no other side in the division has matched.
With 47 goals in the league so far this season, a number only bettered by three sides, Preston have been a potent force in front of goal and have seen Daniel Johnson and Barkhuizen contributing on a regular basis from midfield.
Their record at Deepdale is also the best in the league, with the Lilywhites taking 33 points from 16 matches and losing just three times.
Despite the outstanding form of Wallace this season, with 10 goals and nine assists, his side are at risk of slipping out of the playoff picture following a run of two points from their last four league fixtures.
Defeats to top two Leeds and West Bromwich Albion have set them back, while a 1-1 draw at home to Fulham in their last match was a big blow to their playoff hopes.
However, after this match Millwall only have one more fixture against a side in the top six, which should help them climb the table.
Preston North End Championship form: DWWDWW
Millwall Championship form: DWLDLD
Millwall form (all competitions): WLLDLD
Republic of Ireland forward Sean Maguire is at risk of being dropped to the bench following a run of 11 Championship matches without a goal.
Rowett used a three-at-the-back system on Wednesday but is expected to go back to his regular 4-4-2 against Preston.
Preston North End possible starting lineup:
Rudd; Fisher, Bauer, Davies, Hughes; Pearson, Browne, Johnson; Harrop, Barkhuizen, Sinclair
Millwall possible starting lineup:
Bialkowski; Romeo, Hutchinson, Cooper, Wallace; Wallace, Woods, Molumby, Mahoney; Bodvarsson, Bradshaw
We say: Preston North End 2-1 Millwall
Preston are one of the form sides in the Championship and the division's best home side, so they should have enough against Millwall. With the playoffs in the sights of Neil's team, they should not slip up in this one.
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