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Black Cats face the Lions at the New Den

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2:58pm 3rd March 2018

It's into the Lions' Den this afternoon for the Black Cats as they face Millwall.

The Lads and their manager will be expecting a frosty reception, and not just because of the cold weather.

Chris Coleman spent the early 90s as a player at Millwall's London derby rivals Crystal Palace.

The Welshman tells Sun FM Sport there's only one outcome, he wants at the final whistle.

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