Eddie Howe's side have drawn two games in a row to promotion rivals Middlesbrough and Ipswich Town to fall three points behind the Rams, but they are still unbeaten in nine games and have suffered just one defeat in their last 13.
On Saturday against Ipswich the Cherries dominated for long periods but were pegged back twice and had to settle for a point in a 2-2 draw.
Tokelo Rantie partially dislocated his shoulder against the Tractor Boys after coming off the bench and will now be out of action, while fellow striker Callum Wilson could also miss his first league game of the season.
Visitors Millwall come into the match with just one win in their last 13 games. They are 18th in the table and just a point above the drop zone in what is an extremely tight bottom half of the table.
They have won just once away from The Den all season and a trip to Bournemouth, where the Cherries had won five in a row before Ipswich came and scraped a point, is hardly the easiest place to return to form.
Stoke City loanee Andy Wilkinson serves the last of a three-game suspension so Alan Dunne will continue at right-back.
Bournemouth go into the game with the chance to win four games at home against Millwall for the first time ever. Last season at the Goldsands they put five past the Lions after going two behind early on.
Form in Championship: WWWWDD
Form in all competitions: WWWWDD
Possible starting lineup: Boruc; Francis, Elphick, Cook, Daniels; Arter, Pugh, Surman; Ritchie, Kermorgant, Pitman
Recent form: DWLDLD
Possible starting lineup: Forde; Dunne, Webster, Beevers, Malone; Upson, Williams; Martin, McDonald, Woolford; Gregory
Sports Mole says: 2-0