Kenny Jackett's side are now without a victory in three, while they have only picked up maximum points once in their last six outings.
However, they remain just two points adrift of the league leaders, with those around them in the table also dropping points with similar regularity.
Things are very tight at the top of the Championship table, so much so that Wolves could end the weekend at the summit should a number of other results go their way.
To stand any chance of doing that, though, they would need a victory, and that is something that they have managed just once away from home so far this season.
However, Jackett has made his side tough to beat on their travels, with only Rotherham United emerging victorious against a travelling Wolves.
This weekend's match will be a particularly special one for Jackett, who returns to The Den against his former club, where he spent six years between 2007 and 2013.
Millwall, meanwhile, are quickly slipping down the table as their strong start to the season becomes a memory more distant with each passing week.
They are without a win since August, a spell of six matches that includes four defeats and just four goals scored.
Consistency at home has been a slight issue this season, with two wins, two defeats and a draw at The Den so far, including a disappointing 3-1 loss at the hands of Birmingham City in their last outing in front of their own fans.
Possible starting lineups
Millwall: Forde; Dunne, Briggs, Webster, Williams; Abdou, Chaplow, O'Brien, McDonald, Woolford; Gregory
Wolves: Ikeme; Doherty, Batth, Stearman, Golbourne; McDonald, Edwards, Sako, Henry, Sagbo; Dicko
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