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Preview | Millwall v Norwich City

Canaries visit The Den...

1 March 2019

Millwall begin their March schedule with the visit of Norwich City in the Sky Bet Championship on Saturday afternoon (kick-off 3pm).

The Lions' upward curve has hit a setback in the last two matches, with defeats to Preston North End and Hull City blotting the copybook, but Neil Harris' side can take heart from a run of two defeats in 12 matches - and four clean sheets in five - before the last seven days.

Tom Bradshaw remains a long-term absentees for Harris, whilst Conor McLaughlin continues his rehab from a quad injury. Murray Wallace looks set to miss out after picking up an injury in the midst of Hull's first goal on Tuesday night. Mahlon Romeo will be hoping to have recovered from illness in time for the game, whilst James Meredith will be assessed to prior to kick-off as he looks to provide cover in the left-back slot.

Millwall will host its first-ever 'Community Day' this Saturday. The new initiative will see the club showcase the varied and far-reaching work of its Community Trust throughout an action-packed day in SE16, and you can find out about the many activities going on around The Den this weekend by clicking here.

Millwall Football Club is proud to be re-launching its partnership with Southwark Foodbank at The Den this Saturday, and if you are interested in donating items at the Millwall Supporters' Club marquee prior to kick-off, click here to find out more.

Millwall has also become the first London football club to announce its official support for the 'Back the Bakerloo' campaign. Personnel from the campaign will be at The Den on Saturday as part of Millwall's first-ever 'Community Day' and will be giving out leaflets and collecting pledges by the Blue Bus. Find out more here.

The club's matchday programme will also lend its weight to Community Day, with the front cover and numerous pages inside dedicated to the cause. As The Lions' 25th year at The 'new' Den continues, we go back to the 2010/11 season and speak to Alan Dunne on the club's first year back in The Championship after winning the League Play-Offs.

Tickets for Saturday's game are available up until kick-off, but if you are unable to make it to The Den, then full match commentary will be available on iFollow Millwall from around 2.50pm. International subscribers can also watch the action from SE16 on iFollow. Click here to find out more.

Ayse Smith will be back at the Zampa Road gate prior to kick-off collecting sleeping bags and winter wear for homeless veterans, whilst Harris has spoken of the need for his side to have the right mentality against Daniel Farke's outfit.

You can take a look at Norwich's 'Season So Far' here, whilst our statistical preview of the game can be viewed here.

Millwall's Family Fun Zone will also be open from 12.30-2pm. We hope to see you there!

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Match Reports

League leaders win at The Den

Spirited Lions are beaten...

2 March 2019

Millwall were defeated 3-1 by Sky Bet Championship leaders Norwich City at The Den on Saturday afternoon.

Macro Stiepermann gave the visitors a first-half lead, but Shaun Williams' header on the stroke of the half-time deservedly restored parity at the break.

However, two goals in 10 second-half minutes - firstly from Christoph Zimmermann and then from Teemu Pukki - gave Norwich all three points.

Millwall boss Neil Harris made four changes for the visit of The Canaries, as Murray Wallace - through injury - Ryan Leonard, Ryan Tunnicliffe and Ben Marshall made way for Mahlon Romeo, James Meredith, Shaun Williams and Steve Morison.

In front of a noisy Den, The Lions had the upper hand in the opening stages and forced a succession of corner-kicks, with the final one leading to Jake Cooper heading towards goal - that was cleared off the line, before Lee Gregory curled an effort into the grasp of Tim Krul.

Onel Hernandez then tried to dance his way through the Millwall defence at the other end, but the ball was cleared out for a corner, and eventually to safety. It was then Norwich's turn to have their own set of corners, though, with the ball ending up in the arms of Jordan Archer.

The goalmouth action was to settle down until the 16th minute, when the visitors took the lead against the run of play. A through-ball wasn't judged by the Millwall defence, with Hernandez allowed to waltz through and shoot - that was well-saved by Archer, but the ball fell into the path of Stiepermann, who had the easiest of tasks in slotting into an empty net.

Jed Wallace's turn allowed Mahlon Romeo a chance to shoot just after the half-hour mark, but he was crowded out by the Norwich defence and his attempt was blocked. With 38 minutes on the clock Morison was caught in possession and Teemu Pukki broke away, but the combination of Cooper and Archer ensured the lead was not doubled.

A Millwall corner then caused a momentary bout of chaos inside the area, but Shaun Hutchinson was unable to get a shot away and the ball was cleared. Jed Wallace was then also unable to strike two minutes before the break, with a short Hutchinson backpass nearly letting Pukki in - Archer was to the rescue, however, clipping the ball away from danger.

On the stroke of half-time, The Lions were level. A seemingly fluffed corner from Ferguson was flicked on by Morison into the path of Williams, who headed home off the woodwork from close range. Morison then sliced over as the half came to an end with Millwall's tails up.

Millwall began the second half like they started the first, attacking the Norwich goal, but were unsuccessful in their attempts to take the lead. At the other end, Max Aarons' deflected effort troubled Archer, but fortunately rolled wide.

With the second period more of an attritional affair, chances in front of goal were few and far between. That was until the 69th minute, when Zimmermann rose highest, unmarked, to head past Archer.

The Lions went straight down the other end and earned a duo of corners - with driving force Thompson behind the attacks - but it was The Canaries who had the next chance, with Emiliano Buendia heading Pukki's shot over the crossbar.

With 11 minutes remaining, Norwich further extended their lead as Pukki broke away from the defence to slot past Archer.

Incredibly, the deficit wasn't reduced with five minutes remaining as Romeo, substitute Aiden O'Brien and Morison all had close range attempts, but The Canaries' goal lived a charmed life, with the ball eventually going wide.

Millwall came forward in search of more goals in stoppage-time, but Norwich were more than happy to sit back and claim all three points.

Millwall: Archer, Meredith (O'Brien 74'), Hutchinson, Cooper, Williams (Elliott 84'), J. Wallace, Thompson, Gregory, Ferguson, Romeo, Morison. Subs not used: Martin, Onyedinma, Pearce, Tunnicliffe, Leonard.

Scorer: Williams 45'

Booking: Meredith, Thompson

Norwich City: Krul, Godfrey, Zimmermann, Lewis (Klose 88'), Buendia (Leitner 84'), Stiepermann, Trybull, Pukki, McLean, Hernandez (Vrancic 87'), Aarons. Subs not used: Oxborough, Rhodes, Tettey, Hanley.

Scorer: Stiepermann 16', Zimmermann 69', Pukki 79'

Referee: David Webb

Attendance: 16,478 (3,240)

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Ticket News

Tickets | Millwall v Norwich City

On general sale...

25 January 2019

Millwall welcome Norwich City to The Den in the Sky Bet Championship on Saturday 2nd March (kick-off 3pm) - and tickets are now on general sale.

This game is a Category A match.

Proof of age is required when purchasing concession tickets. Age is calculated for this season on 1st August 2018. Under 12 tickets need to be purchased with an adult ticket.

Don't forget that if you are a 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 between the hours of 9.30am-5pm Monday-Friday. 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 between the hours of 9.30am-5pm Monday-Friday.

Wheelchair/Ambulant Disabled supporters need to call 0844 826 2004 and select option 1 to book tickets between the hours and 9.30am-5pm Monday-Friday.

There are three easy ways to buy tickets:
* Online at (booking fees apply)
* By phone on 0844 826 2004 and selecting option 2 between the hours of 9.30am-5pm Monday-Friday (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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