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Preview | Swansea City v Millwall

Lions head to Wales...

22 November 2019

Millwall are back in action on Saturday afternoon as The Lions travel to Swansea City in the Sky Bet Championship (kick-off 3pm).

After the final international break of 2019, League football will now be non-stop until the end of March, and Gary Rowett's side head into the period with the best possible confidence, after a last-gasp 2-1 victory over local rivals Charlton Athletic last time out.

The Lions are still, however, looking for that elusive first away win of the campaign, and will seek just that against a Swans side currently sitting in The Championship's top six.

Frank Fielding and Ryan Leonard are definitely out of the running with regards to squad selection, whilst those flying back from international duty will be assessed before kick-off in South Wales.

A number of Lions fans will make the journey this weekend, but if you are unable to be at the Liberty Stadium, then full match commentary will be available on iFollow Millwall, with coverage beginning at around 2.50pm. UK and international subscribers, however, will NOT be able to watch all the action from Wales on iFollow, with this fixture selected for overseas broadcast. For more information on iFollow click here, whilst info on the overseas broadcast can be found here.

If you are looking for the lowdown on Saturday's opponents then click here, whilst manager Rowett and Jon Dadi Bodvarsson have been speaking to millwallfc.co.uk in the build-up to kick-off - click the relevant links to read from them.

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Match Reports

Wallace wins it as Millwall claim first away win

Our take on The Lions' trip to Wales

23 November 2019

Jed Wallace's free-kick was enough to secure a first away victory of the 2019/20 campaign as Millwall defeated Swansea City 1-0 at the Liberty Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

The Lions' number seven took advantage of a dead-ball situation from around 20 yards out to score his seventh goal of the campaign on 65 minutes and gain three points on the road.

Millwall boss Gary Rowett made two changes from the victory over Charlton Athletic, with Alex Pearce and Connor Mahoney coming in for Jayson Molumby and Tom Bradshaw. James Brown and Billy Mitchell, meanwhile, was named among the substitutes.

After Millwall pressed high in the opening minute, the first chance actually went the way of Swansea, but Andre Ayew's powerful cross could not be tapped home.

With eight minutes on the clock The Lions fashioned a chance to swing a cross into the box, but Murray Wallace's ball was headed behind by Jon Dadi Bodvarsson.

From there, both sides, to their credit, got the ball moving and attempted to play through the lines to create chances, and it was Millwall with the next opportunity on 17 minutes, but another Murray Wallace cross was crucially headed behind by Ben Wilmot.

Swansea were at times wasteful with their batches of possession, and with the Liberty Stadium crowd beginning to grow restless Bersant Celina curled towards goal, but the effort was comfortable for Bartosz Bialkowski.

Shortly after the half-hour mark Ben Thompson - who recently became a new father - showed determination to keep the ball in play on the left-hand side, but his cross was poor and gathered by Freddie Woodman. At the other end, Ayew then forced a save from Bialkowski, before The Lions broke away and had a Mahoney shot blocked behind in a mad minute of action.

Rowett's men were enjoying a sustained spell of pressure as the closing stages of the first-half approached - after winning possession in the middle once again, Mahoney twisted and turned to beat his man and saw his attempt saved by Woodman, before Jed Wallace's follow-up whistled over the crossbar. Thompson then found a way into the box, but his cross was cleared with The Lions on top.

Matt Grimes had a shot deflected behind as the second-half got underway, with the next action coming on 54 minutes as George Byers created space for a shot at Bialkowski; the Pole, however, comfortably saved.

At the other end, Millwall were still threatening and could have taken the lead through Bodvarsson a minute later, but the Icelander's shot on the turn sailed over the crossbar. Jed Wallace then struck a free-kick from around 25 yards out, but Woodman was equal to the attempt.

Substitute Kristoffer Peterson then looked to capitalise on slack play from Thompson before Bialkowski rushed to the rescue, with a major flashpoint taking place on 64 minutes as Mike van der Hoorn brought down Jed Wallace with just the goalkeeper to beat - incredibly, referee Andy Davies only produced the yellow card, despite the protests of the Millwall players and management.

The winger was to have the last laugh, however, as the resulting free-kick was smashed into the top corner to give Millwall the lead.

Jiri Skalak made a first-team return with 14 minutes remaining and could have crowned it with a goal shortly after, but after cutting inside and striking towards goal, Woodman saved. Mahlon Romeo then had an effort deflected behind as The Lions pushed for a second - not before Millwall were somehow denied a penalty as Skalak was pulled to the ground inside the area.

With three minutes remaining The Swans could - and perhaps should - have equalised, but substitute Borja Baston's effort rolled past the post in slow motion.

Swansea pushed for the equaliser late on, but The Lions held firm to claim victory on the road.

Swansea City: Woodman, van der Hoorn, Grimes, Celina (Surridge 76'), Dyer (Baston 70'), Routledge (Peterson 46'), Wilmot, Ayew, Bidwell, Naughton, Byers. Subs not used: Nordfeldt, Fulton, Roberts, Cabango.

Booking: van der Hoorn

Millwall: Bialkowski, M. Wallace, Hutchinson, Cooper, Williams, J. Wallace (Bradshaw 89'), Thompson, Romeo, Pearce, Mahoney (Smith 67'), Bodvarsson (Skalak 76'). Subs not used: Steele, Brown, Mitchell, O'Brien.

Scorer: J. Wallace 65'

Booking: Skalak, M. Wallace

Referee: Andy Davies

Attendance: 16,840

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Ticket News

Tickets | Swansea City v Millwall

Now on sale...

25 October 2019

Millwall travel to Swansea City in the Sky Bet Championship on Saturday 23rd November (kick-off 3pm) - and tickets are now on sale to Season Ticket Holders and Members.

Tickets are priced at £30 adults, £17.50 65s and over, £17.50 full-time students (valid ID required) and £15 under 18s.

Tickets will go off sale at 2pm on Friday 22nd November. We have an initial allocation of 1,500 tickets.

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 (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/by post at the Millwall Ticket Office

COACH TRAVEL: Coaches will leave The Den at 8am. Coach tickets are priced at £28. These can be purchased by season ticket holders and members in person at the Ticket Office, online at www.millwalltickets.com or via the call centre on 0844 826 2004 and selecting option 2. All coaches operate a strict no-alcohol policy. No coach refunds.

Live video coverage of this fixture will be unavailable to both UK and international subscribers on iFollow. For more details, click here.

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