ALBION’S FA Cup quarter-final rivals have been told to forget about their Wembley incentive and focus on the fight for Championship survival.

Millwall go to Birmingham tomorrow night in mounting danger of relegation to League One ahead of Albion’s visit to the Den on Sunday (2pm).

A 2-1 defeat at fellow strugglers Bolton Wanderers continued a poor run of form which has dropped them to within a point and a place of the bottom three.

Manager Neil Harris said: “The cup game is going to be a good occasion at The Den. It will be exciting for the fans, but the priority is the league.

“All I’m focusing on is Birmingham on Wednesday. It’s a huge game for us.

“It’s four defeats in a row. I’m hugely disappointed in the results and the performances.

“I have now got to pick a team on Wednesday that is capable of going and competing against a very good, physical Birmingham side.”

Albion and Millwall will both be without influential figures in their runs to the last eight.

Yves Bissouma is banned for his second booking in the competition against Derby County in the fifth round.

The Mali midfielder has played in every game up to now and scored in the third round at Bournemouth.

Millwall defender Murray Wallace is also suspended for two FA Cup cautions.

He scored their early winner in the last round at AFC Wimbledon and was also on target in the fourth round win at home to Everton.