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Preview | Millwall v Wigan Athletic

Tuesday night at The Den

26 November 2019

Millwall welcome Wigan Athletic to The Den in the Sky Bet Championship on Tuesday night (kick-off 7.45pm).

The Lions arrive back in SE16 having secured a second successive win - and first on the road in 2019/20 - on Saturday after defeating Swansea City 1-0, and will look for a further three points against Paul Cook's Latics side.

Jayson Molumby missed the meeting at the Liberty Stadium, but the young Irishman's fitness will be assessed ahead of kick-off, whilst Jason McCarthy and Shane Ferguson are set to be on the sidelines for a period through injury. Frank Fielding and Ryan Leonard, meanwhile, are making steady progress in their respective comebacks, however this game will come too soon for the duo.

Tickets for Tuesday's match will be on sale 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 starting at around 7.40pm. UK and international subscribers can also watch all the action from SE16 on iFollow - click here for more details.

There will be NO Family Fun Zone on Tuesday, but the SE16 Bar - and Blue Bus - will be open prior to kick-off for supporters to soak up the atmosphere with a pre-match pint. Murray Wallace features on the front of tonight's matchday programme, which will be on sale around the ground for just £3 - with all the usual stats, facts and features inside, make sure you pick up your copy!

If you're looking for some pre-match reading, Alex Pearce, Jed Wallace, Connor Mahoney and Ben Thompson have all spoke to millwallfc.co.uk since the win in South Wales, whilst our opposition preview can be found by clicking here.

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Match Reports

Honours even at The Den

Our take on Tuesday night's match

26 November 2019

Millwall and Wigan Athletic shared four goals in the Sky Bet Championship on Tuesday night as the two sides drew 2-2 at The Den.

Anthony Pilkington gave The Latics an early lead on a mild night in South London, but Shaun Hutchinson powered home the equaliser just after the midway point of the first-half.

Antonee Robinson put Wigan back in front early in the second-half, though, before Matt Smith stepped off the bench to equalise and ensure a share of the spoils.

Gary Rowett made two changes from the side that defeated Swansea City on Saturday afternoon, with Jayson Molumby - returning from injury - and Tom Bradshaw replacing Alex Pearce and Jon Dadi Bodvarsson, who both dropped to the bench.

Just three minutes in, Wigan took the lead. In the first real attack of the game, a long ball was knocked down by Kieffer Moore and into the path of Pilkington, who smashed home the opening goal of the game.

Five minutes later, Millwall were once again unable to control the aerial ability of Moore, with another long ball pumped into his path and flicked on to the onrushing Pilkington, however, fortunately, this time the ball rolled wide of the post.

The Lions were struggling to mount an attack as the midway point of the first-half approached, and with the potent attack of Moore and Jamal Lowe, The Latics were looking the more likely to score the next goal of the game. Millwall's first real go at goal came in the 22nd minute, but after Ben Thompson crossed, Connor Mahoney fluffed his lines from just outside the six-yard box.

A small bit of pressure was all The Lions needed to make the Wigan defence wobble, and on 24 minutes, after winning a corner-kick, they were level; Jed Wallace swinging over a deep kick that was powered home by the head of Hutchinson.

Joe Garner was the next to try his luck for Wigan, before a yellow card was shown - not on the pitch, but to Latics manager Paul Cook by referee Dean Whitestone.

Seven minutes from time Wigan nearly nudged themselves back in front, but this time, after the combination of Pilkington and Moore combined the other way round, Bartosz Bialkowski was in the right place to stop the effort from creeping in.

Mahoney's free-kick was headed towards goal by Murray Wallace as the final five minutes of the half got underway, before Jed Wallace was perhaps caught in two minds when he broke away from the Wigan defence, half crossing and half shooting as the ball rolled wide.

Pilkington had the first attempt of the second-half but got it horribly wrong, but with 56 minutes on the clock, The Latics were back in front as Robinson squeezed home an effort from an acute angle.

Jed Wallace then saw off his marker with ease but found his cross blocked as The Lions looked to restore parity once again, but they did so just a minute later as substitute Smith was allowed time to pick a spot from Shaun Williams' header to nod home.

Pilkington and Romeo traded blows from distance as both sides probed for a fifth goal of the evening, with Hutchinson then glancing a Jed Wallace corner over the bar with 20 minutes remaining.

Garner was the next man to fire at goal as the last 10 minutes loomed, but Bialkowski was well placed to claim, before Lowe's teasing cross stood up for Hutchinson to head off the line. Robinson then attempted to double his tally for the evening but found the fans behind the goal.

Lewis Macleod then volleyed at Bialkowski from outside the area as Wigan were enjoying a small spell in front of goal in the closing stages as the game became stretched, but despite four minutes of stoppage-time, neither side could find the winning goal.

Millwall: Bialkowski, M. Wallace, Hutchinson, Cooper, Williams, J. Wallace, Thompson (Skalak 79'), Bradshaw (O'Brien 86'), Romeo, Molumby, Mahoney (Smith 46'). Subs not used: Steele, Pearce, Brown, Bodvarsson.

Scorer: Hutchinson 24', Smith 60'

Booking: Hutchinson, Romeo

Wigan Athletic: Marshall, Robinson, Macleod, Morsy, Pilkington (Kipre 67'), Lowe, Garner (Windass 86'), Sterling, Mulgrew, Moore (Massey 76'), Dunkley. Subs not used: Jones, Jacobs, Naismith, Gelhardt.

Scorer: Pilkington 3', Robinson 56'

Booking: Macleod

Referee: Dean Whitestone

Attendance: 10,021 (165)

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Ticket News

Tickets | Millwall v Wigan Athletic

On general sale...

15 October 2019

Millwall welcome Wigan Athletic to The Den on Tuesday 26th November (kick-off 7.45pm) - and tickets are now on general sale.

This game is a Category C 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. Junior Lion discount does not apply for this match.

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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