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Orlandi targets Millwall tonic
Andrea Orlandi is looking for a boost to Albion's record against the Championship strugglers this season from gung-ho Ian Holloway.
Orlandi is still haunted by the memory of last season's defeat in the play-offs against Holloway's Crystal Palace.
Holloway is now in charge of tomorrow's hosts Millwall, who are hovering just a point above the relegation zone and have played more matches than the teams below them.
Albion have not fared well against the bottom three. They lost at Charlton, lost at home to Barnsley and drew at Yeovil.
Millwall also drew at the Amex earlier in the campaign under Steve Lomas but Orlandi is hoping Holloway's reputation for attacking football will help Oscar Garcia's side reverse the trend and avenge the play-off exit against Palace.
The Seagulls' midfielder said: "It's a painful memory and it would be nice if we can beat him.
"We play better against good teams, because the teams down there just defend and they are really difficult games to play.
"Maybe Millwall at home will try to play. They have got a manager who likes to attack and we will have our chances."
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