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Preview | Millwall v Barnsley

Our look ahead to Tykes meeting...

29 September 2017

Millwall host Barnsley at The Den on Saturday afternoon (kick-off 3pm) in their final Sky Bet Championship match before the second international break of the season.

Following Tuesday night's dramatic 2-1 victory over Reading, The Lions go in search of a fourth straight win on their home patch in a meeting of the last two Sky Bet League One Play-Off Final winners.

Neil Harris will welcome back Lee Gregory from suspension as the club look to extend their unbeaten run to five games.

The striker has missed the last three games through suspension after being sent off at Queens Park Rangers on 12th September, but will look to be involved in the squad and boost The Lions' attacking options. Should the frontman feature, he will make his 150th appearance in a Millwall shirt.

The manager will almost have a full squad to select from for the visit of The Tykes, with Tom Elliott the only absentee as he continues his recovery from injury.

The Family Fun Zone will be in action tomorrow in the Lions Centre between 1-2pm. All ages are welcome to attend for FREE activities including a penalty shoot-out and table tennis. There will be no DJ by the SE16 Bar before kick-off.

The two clubs will meet for the 56th time on Saturday, with Millwall looking to avenge four straight defeats against their opponents, with the most notable coming at Wembley Stadium in the 2015/16 Sky Bet League Play-Off Final.

The Lions' last win over Barnsley came on 23rd November 2013, as Scott Wiseman's 73rd-minute own-goal settled a tight affair at The Den.

Tuesday's goal-hero George Saville adorns the front of the matchday programme this weekend, with a feature interview with the Northern Ireland international inside. Saville also picks his 'Dream XI' alongside the usual features, stats and facts. Purchase yours around the ground for just £3 or order online by clicking here.

Millwall will also be marking 'World Heart Day' on Saturday. After surviving cardiac arrest at the age of just 19, former Lions Academy graduate Tobi Alabi founded the ‘Heart4More Foundation’, and his team have since worked tirelessly to promote the need for CPR education both in football and the wider community and to highlight how heart conditions are not solely a problem for the elderly or unfit.

Heart4More will have a marquee set up outside The Den where volunteers from the organisation will be on hand to train as many fans as possible how to perform CPRso please come along, show your support and learn how to save a life.

Heart4More volunteers will also be holding a bucket collection ahead of Millwall’s game against The Tykes so fans are encouraged to be as superbly generous as always in support.

Find out more about the Heart4More foundation by visiting heart4more.org.uk.

Tickets will be on sale right up until kick-off and can be purchased by clicking here.

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Tykes take all three points at The Den

First defeat in five for The Lions...

30 September 2017

Tom Bradshaw's double and a Mamadou Thiam penalty-kick condemned Millwall to their first defeat in five Sky Bet Championship games at The Den on Saturday afternoon as Barnsley won 3-1.

Bradshaw opened the scoring in the 40th minute, but Lee Gregory - returning from suspension and making his 150th appearance for The Lions - equalised from the penalty spot in first-half injury time.

However, Bradshaw and Thiam snatched all three points for The Tykes in the second-half.

Millwall boss Neil Harris made two changes from the 2-1 victory over Reading on Tuesday night, with Gregory and Ryan Tunnicliffe - making his first League start - replacing Fred Onyedinma and Shaun Williams in the starting line-up.

The Lions started strongly and could have taken the lead after four minutes, but Gregory's shot was well stopped by Adam Davies.

Barnsley made a game of it as the first-half reached its halfway point, but Brad Potts could only head wide Adam Hammill's inviting cross on 22 minutes.

With 34 minutes on the clock, Jed Wallace returned the ball into the penalty area after it was cleared following George Saville's corner-kick, but the ball trickled just wide after a Barnsley deflection.

An incredible scramble in the box commenced in the 39th minute following a mix-up between Jordan Archer and Byron Webster, but The Tykes could not turn the ball home due to a combination of Millwall defending and weak finishing.

However, seconds later, the away side took the lead. A break away down The Lions' right-hand side saw a cross turned home by Bradshaw to open the scoring.

On the stroke of half-time, Millwall levelled from the penalty spot. Gregory broke away from the Barnsley defence and was cruelly brought down as he shaped to shoot. Matty Pearson should have perhaps seen red for bringing the striker down as the last man, but escaped with just a booking. Gregory, however, stepped up and confidently dispatched his spot-kick to even proceedings.

The first real attempt of the second-half went the way of The Lions, but Wallace's drive was gathered at the second time of asking by Davies. 

Barnsley, though, were to break up the other end and re-take the lead through Bradshaw, who converted from close range despite the best efforts of Archer.

With 20 minutes remaining the ball broke to substitute Shane Ferguson at the back post, but the Northern Irishman could only fire over the crossbar. In the 74th minute, Steve Morison met Ferguson's cross, but Davies comfortably claimed the striker's header.

Potts could have sealed the game for Barnsley on 79 minutes, but his free header was brilliantly stopped by Archer.

On 83 minutes, The Tykes added a third from the penalty spot through substitute Thiam.

The Lions huffed and puffed in their attempts to reduce the deficit, but were unable to do so, instead succumbing to their second Den defeat of the campaign.

Millwall: Archer, McLaughlin, Meredith (Onyedinma 81'), Hutchinson, Gregory, Wallace, Webster, Tunnicliffe, Morison, O'Brien (Ferguson 63'), Saville. Subs not used: Martin, Craig, Thompson, Romeo, Cooper.

Scorer: Gregory 45+2' pen

Booking: Wallace, Ferguson

Barnsley: Davies, McCarthy, Williams, Lindsay, Hammill, McGeehan (Bird 80'), Bradshaw (Thiam 72'), Barnes (Hedges 72'), Jackson, Potts, Pearson. Subs not used: Townsend, Ugbo, Macdonald, Fryers.

Scorer: Bradshaw 40', 60', Thiam 83' pen

Booking: Pearson, McGeehan, McCarthy

Referee: Oliver Langford

Attendance: 12,147 (691)

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Tickets | Millwall v Barnsley

Now on general sale...

25 August 2017

Millwall host Barnsley at The Den on Saturday 30th September - and tickets are now on general sale.

This game is a Category B match.

Don't forget that if you are a MSC member and purchase your ticket up until the day before the game, you will receive a £3 reduction. If you are a Junior Lion, you will receive a £2 reduction on your matchday ticket price.

To book Family Stand Tickets please call 0844 826 2004 and select option 2. Tickets for the Family Stand are not available online.

Group Bookings are available for this match. Please call 0844 826 2004 and select option 1.

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 www.millwalltickets.com (Booking fees apply)
* By phone on 0844 826 2004 - option 2 (calls to this number will cost 7p per minute from your BTlandline.  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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