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Millwall captain Paul Robinson is expecting a strong performance from the Lions when they host high-flying QPR on Saturday.

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Paul Robinson: Millwall defender (L) targets win over QPR

Paul Robinson: Millwall defender (L) targets win over QPR

The south Londoners are back at home after suffering back-to-back away defeats in the Championship and facing a side who have not conceded a goal in eight matches.

But defender Robinson reckons a London derby at The Den is just what his side need to get their campaign back on track.

He wrote in his programme notes: "Saturday's game is a huge one for the club, and London derbies are always fantastic to play in.

"This is the kind of match that The Den thrives on and is the type of challenge that we, as players, look forward to.

"Their squad is very good with a lot of quality, so our players will have to raise their game to meet that. We need to show good intensity, have no fear, and go out there determined to get a result."

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