The sides played out a 0-0 draw in the initial encounter, but the Daggers must take heart from gaining that result against a Lions outfit that was as close to full strength as possible.
With two sendings off in their 6-0 defeat at The Den on Saturday, 4/9 Millwall won’t be able to name as strong a team this time round.
Darius Henderson should return from injury however, but that may not deter punters from backing another draw at 10/3, or the away side at a monster 6/1, with the reward for progression being a home tie against Championship leaders Southampton.
Elsewhere, Brighton must travel to The Racecourse Ground to meet Conference table-toppers Wrexham after a 1-1 draw at the Amex Arena.
The Welsh side performed admirably to come from behind away from home, and many will take advantage of the 19/10 odds on a home win here.
It’s 9/4 that the sides play out another stalemate in 90 minutes, while Gus Poyet’s men, showing flickers of their splendid early season form again, are 7/5 to clinch a home tie with Newcastle in the fourth round.
The travellers would have to do so with limited striking options, as Craig Mackail-Smith and Will Hoskins are both doubtful.
Meanwhile, Macclesfield travel to the Reebok Stadium, counting themselves unlucky to only emanate from the initial fixture with a 2-2 draw.
Under-fire Bolton boss Owen Coyle will take no chances here, and his side should progress with ease at odds of 2/7.
4/1 is the price attributed to the sides cancelling each other out again, while it is 10/1 that Macclesfield go one better than they did at Moss Rose, and earn a money-spinning fourth round tie at home to Swansea.