Rotherham are just 1/100 in bwin’s Championship relegation odds after a double setback over the Easter period left them in deep trouble.
The Millers, who have two matches left to play, are only three points behind Millwall, but the Lions have a game in hand and a far superior goal difference.
After going down 4-3 at Swansea, Rotherham gave their fans some hope when Matt Crooks put them ahead against Birmingham on 22 minutes.
However, Jacques Maghoma, Jota and Kerim Mrabti replied for the Blues to secure their own safety.
Paul Warne insisted his team will not give up, but they face tough tests versus West Brom and Middlesbrough and look set to join Ipswich and Bolton in dropping down to League One.
The manager said: “They are two games that we need to get something from, but I won’t approach them any differently.
“I am very hopeful that if we can pick something up on our travels at West Brom, it could come down to the last game.
“We won’t give up. This group, I have tried to sign characters and leaders.”
Lions hoping for home comforts
Millwall still have some work to do after Jonathan Kodjia’s 30th-minute strike consigned them to a 1-0 defeat at Aston Villa.
The Lions are 14/1 in bwin’s Championship relegation odds ahead of back-to-back home games against Stoke and Bristol City, before visiting Wigan on the final day of the campaign.
Neil Harris said: “Our season can twist and turn on the back of Stoke and Bristol City.
“They are two good sides, but we have to be better than them and that is the challenge for the players.
“Stoke coming to The Den, an ex-Premier League team with a big following, should be right up the street of my players and my fans.
“We have to make sure that it is a strong, hostile place on Saturday.”
Wigan are safe after beating Leeds and Preston, while it would take a bizarre set of circumstances for Reading to fall following draws against Bristol City and West Brom.
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