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Preview | Millwall v Fulham

A London derby at The Den...

12 February 2020

Millwall host Fulham at The Den in the Sky Bet Championship on Wednesday night (kick-off 7.45pm).

The game, LIVE on Sky Sports, will see Gary Rowett's men look to get back to winning ways on their own patch after suffering a defeat to table-toppers West Bromwich Albion in the midst of Storm Ciara on Sunday afternoon.

Gary Rowett will assess the fitness of Mason Bennett and Ryan Leonard ahead of the fixture, with the manager also having the option of freshening things up - in personnel and formation - for the visit of The Whites. Tom Bradshaw, Jon Dadi Bodvarsson and Connor Mahoney all stepped off the bench at the weekend and could feature from the start, whilst the likes of Alex Pearce and Shane Ferguson were unused subs.

Tickets for Wednesday's game will be 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, with coverage beginning at around 7.40pm. Due to the game being shown on Sky Sports, video coverage from SE16 will be unavailable to both UK and international subscribers. Click here for more details.

There will be no Family Fun Zone before the fixture, whilst Shaun Hutchinson features on the front of The Lions' matchday programme, on sale around the ground for just £3.

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Match Reports

Derby at The Den ends in draw

Our take from SE16...

12 February 2020

Millwall and Fulham played out an entertaining 1-1 draw in the Sky Bet Championship at The Den on Wednesday night.

Both goals came in the first seven minutes of the match, as after Aleksandar Mitrovic scored his 21st goal of the season with just three minutes played, Jon Dadi Bodvarsson hit back four minutes later to restore parity.

The Lions had a chance to nudge themselves in front during an eventful first-half, but Jed Wallace struck a penalty-kick over the crossbar.

Gary Rowett opted to start three centre-halves against The Whites, with Shaun Hutchinson, Jake Cooper and Alex Pearce in the back-line, whilst Mahlon Romeo and Murray Wallace opted as wing-backs. Ryan Woods and Jayson Molumby made up The Lions' engine room, with Bodvarsson and Jed Wallace either side of Tom Bradshaw.

Just three minutes in, Fulham took the lead as a cross was swung in and allowed Mitrovic to spring the offside trap to poke into the net, unmarked.

The Lions responded, though, and forced a succession of corners shortly after, with an equaliser coming through Bodvarsson, who tapped the ball home at the back post despite suspicions of offside. Referee Andrew Madley consulted with his fellow official but the goal was allowed to stand, much to the anger of Fulham's players.

The game - in the way of goalmouth action - calmed down from that frenetic start, but Millwall were still pressing and probing for the next goal of the game. Molumby's direct pass was chested down by Bodvarsson and into the path of Bradshaw with 20 minutes played, but the Fulham defence were quick to smother any potential shot.

Two minutes later, The Lions were presented with the chance to take the lead after Joe Bryan brought down the onrushing Romeo in the box, leaving Madley with no choice but to point to the spot. Jed Wallace stepped up but blazed his kick high over the crossbar.

Millwall continued to drive forward, though, with Romeo particularly enjoying space down The Lions' right, but a misplaced pass by Bradshaw nearly let Mitrovic in - Woods, however, had to take one for the team and receive a booking for a foul.

Romeo's cross - which quickly turned into a shot - had Marek Rodak backpedalling shortly before the half-hour mark but the stopper managed to tip wide, before a Jed Wallace free-kick found the toe of Bodvarsson but the Icelander's effort went wide.

Bartosz Bialkowski, a relative bystander since Fulham's goal, started a move which ended with the ball at the feet of Murray Wallace on 32 minutes, but despite his through-ball reaching the onrushing namesake Jed, the winger's first touch took the ball away from his run and into the arms of Rodak; The Lions were cutting their opponents apart at the back, however.

As the clock struck the 45-minute mark Fulham had a free-kick, but after Bobby Decordova-Reid's effort hit the wall, Mitrovic's follow-up was drilled into the arms of Bialkowski to end a breathless first-half.

The second-half failed to begin at the same pace as the first, but that did not stop both sides continuing to look for the third goal of the evening - Josh Onomah's wild shot which went wide the closest Fulham came. At the other end, meanwhile, Jed Wallace struck but his effort was blocked.

Onomah then battled his way through the Millwall defence from deep and got a shot away with 62 minutes on the clock, but he dragged it wide of Bialkowski's far post. With 15 minutes remaining smart skill from the impressive Bodvarsson put Bradshaw in, but his attempt was saved by Rodak.

Ryan Leonard made his first appearance since the win over Leeds United in October as he came on for Bradshaw in the 77th minute, with Matt Smith and Jiri Skalak also entering the fray late on, but it was Fulham who came closest to snatching all three points at the end as substitute Neeskens Kebano hit the crossbar with a looping header.

Millwall: Bialkowski, M. Wallace, Hutchinson, Cooper, J. Wallace, Bradshaw (Leonard 77'), Romeo, Pearce (Smith 86'), Molumby, Woods (Skalak 86'), Bodvarsson. Subs not used: Steele, Ferguson, Mahoney, O'Brien.

Scorer: Bodvarsson 7'

Booking: Woods

Fulham: Rodak, Hector, Odoi, Mitrovic, Cairney, Ream, Decordova-Reid, Arter (Kebano 88'), Bryan, Onomah, Kamara (Cavaleiro 71'). Subs not used: Bettinelli, McDonald, Johansen, Christie, Sessegnon.

Scorer: Mitrovic 3'

Booking: Cairney, Arter

Referee: Andrew Madley

Attendance: 12,870 (1,919)

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Ticket News

Tickets | Millwall v Fulham

On general sale...

15 January 2020

Millwall welcome Fulham to The Den in the Sky Bet Championship on Wednesday 12th February (kick-off 7.45pm) - and tickets for the game, LIVE on Sky Sports, are now on general sale.

This game is a Category A match.

Tickets in Blocks 27, 28, 29 and 30 will be available to Season Ticket Holders and Members ONLY.

Proof of age is required when purchasing concession tickets. Age is calculated for this season on 1st August 2019. Under 12 tickets need to be purchased with an adult or senior 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 0207 740 3470 to book tickets between the hours and 9.30am-5pm Monday-Friday.

There are three easy ways to buy tickets:
* Online at www.millwalltickets.com (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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