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Preview | Millwall v Stevenage

A look ahead to the Carabao Cup First Round...

7 August 2017

Millwall open up their Carabao Cup campaign by welcoming Stevenage to The Den on Tuesday night (kick-off 7.45pm).

The two clubs will meet for the second time in a fortnight after the goalless pre-season friendly draw at the Lamex Stadium on 25th July.

After a strong but ultimately fruitless performance at Nottingham Forest in The Lions' opening Sky Bet Championship encounter last Friday night, Lions boss Neil Harris will look for his squad to bounce back in a competition that the manager "will take very seriously."

"For me it is imperative to approach every fixture with the same mentality - with a desire and determination to win," said Harris. "We want to get a result to kick-start our campaign and continue that momentum and confidence we’ve got following promotion and since a very impressive performance on Friday.

"Stevenage will come here looking to cause an upset and defeat a Championship club, so we will have to be every bit as good as we were last weekend if we are to secure our place in the Second Round. The Carabao Cup is a competition that I'll be taking very seriously, as I always have done in my time in charge of this club."

Those on the fringes of Friday's squad will look to be involved against Boro, with the likes of Mahlon Romeo, Tom Elliott, Ben Thompson, Byron Webster and Fred Onyedinma hoping for a starting berth, whilst the XI that so gallantly performed against The Tricky Trees will look to maintain their places in the team.

The tie must be finished on the night at The Den, with extra-time and an ABBA penalty shoot-out required if necessary.

Tickets for the Cup clash can be purchased by clicking here.

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Elliott at the double as Millwall ease to Carabao Cup victory over Stevenage

Our take on The Lions' 2-0 win at The Den...

8 August 2017

Tom Elliott's double eased Millwall into Round Two of the Carabao Cup on Tuesday night courtesy of a 2-0 First Round victory over Stevenage at The Den.

A relatively uneventful first-half made way for a second which The Lions largely dominated, with the striker's pair sealing victory.

Neil Harris made nine changes from the side that narrowly lost the Sky Bet Championship opener at Nottingham Forest last Friday night, with Jake Cooper and George Saville retaining their places.

The former nearly gave The Lions an early lead in the ninth minute as he connected sweetly with David Worrall's corner-kick, but Joe Fryer in the Stevenage goal expertly tipped the ball over the crossbar.

Fred Onyedinma was presented with an opportunity on 24 minutes as he rose to meet Mahlon Romeo's cross, but the striker tamely headed at Fryer.

Stevenage had their own attempt on goal on 32 minutes, but after Alex Samuel's cross found Matt Godden in the penalty area, a double-stop from Tom King prevented the visitors from taking the lead.

Cooper was forced off through injury three minutes later and was replaced by Lee Gregory, with Shane Ferguson reverting to left-back and Onyedinma to left-midfield.

On 54 minutes, The Lions opened the scoring. Onyedinma's cross found Elliott at the back post, with the frontman rising above his marker to head home for his first goal in a Millwall shirt.

Just over ten minutes later, Millwall doubled their lead and Elliott doubled his goal tally. The cross this time came from the opposite flank in Ferguson, with the former Wimbledon man having the easiest of tasks in nodding home from close range.

Late on, Worrall fired an attempt just over the crossbar and Onyedinma saw his shot saved by Fryer after a sublime piece of skill, but Millwall were unable to add to the score-line, settling for a 2-0 success.

Millwall: King, Craig, Worrall, Thompson, Onyedinma, Ferguson, Romeo, Webster, Elliott, Saville (Williams 74'), Cooper (Gregory 35', (Butcher 70')). Subs not used: Archer, McLaughlin, Wallace, Morison.

Scorer: Elliott 54', 67'

Stevenage: Fryer, Martin, Franks, Wilkinson, Whelpdale (Smith 59'), Pett (Turgott 73'), Samuel, Gorman, Godden (Newton 46'), Henry, McKee. Subs not used: Day, Beautyman, Conlon, Vancooten.

Booking: Pett

Referee: Simon Hooper

Attendance: 3,096

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Tickets | Millwall v Stevenage

Carabao Cup tie now on sale...

24 July 2017

Tickets for Millwall's Carabao Cup First Round tie with Stevenage are now on sale.

The Lions host Boro at The Den on Tuesday 8th August (kick-off 7.45pm) hoping to secure a safe passage into Round Two.

Tickets are on general sale, priced at £10 adults, £5 over 60s and £5 under 16s.

The Barry Kitchener Stand ONLY is open for this game.

Season ticket holders in the Barry Kitchener Stand have until 5pm on Monday 31st July to claim their usual seat.

Wheelchair/Ambulant Disabled supporters need to call 0844 826 2004 and select option 1 to book tickets.

There are three easy ways to buy tickets:

  • Online at (booking fees apply)
  • By phone on 0844 826 2004 and selecting option 2 (calls to this number will cost 7p per minute from your BT landline. Calls from other networks may vary and from mobiles will be considerably more. Booking fees apply)
  • In person at the Millwall Ticket Office

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