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Preview | Millwall v Queens Park Rangers

A London derby at The Den...

20 September 2019

Millwall play their only home game of September on Saturday afternoon as The Lions welcome Queens Park Rangers to The Den for a London derby in the Sky Bet Championship (kick-off 3pm).

Neil Harris' side tasted defeat last weekend at Ewood Park as Blackburn Rovers were 2-0 winners, but will also continue to defend an unbeaten home record in 2019/20 after victories over Preston North End and Sheffield Wednesday, and a draw with Hull City last time out.

Jiri Skalak remains a doubt for the visit of The R's, but Harris otherwise has a full squad to choose from. Matt Smith looks set to face his former club, whilst Jon Dadi Bodvarsson - who completed 90 minutes against Tony Mowbray's side - Tom Bradshaw and Aiden O'Brien will all battle for a starting berth in attack.

Jayson Molumby also started at Ewood Park and will look to retain his place, whilst the potential to mix up the XI is there, with the likes of Shaun Hutchinson and Jason McCarthy waiting in the wings.

Tickets for Saturday's game will be available up until kick-off, with the latest update found here. Those wishing to collect tickets are strongly advised to arrive at The Den early to prevent lengthy queues building before 3pm. The Ticket Office will be open from 10am.

If you are unable to make it this weekend, then full match commentary will be available on iFollow Millwall, with coverage beginning at around 2.50pm. International subscribers can watch all the action from SE16 on iFollow, and full details can be found by clicking here.

Smith is the star of Saturday's matchday programme, which will be on sale around the ground before kick-off at a price of £3. Inside are all the usual stats, facts and features, so be sure to pick up your copy.

Millwall's brand new Lionesses squad, who were 12-0 winners in their first League game last weekend, will be outside prior to the game bucket collecting, to help with the running costs of the club, so be sure to dig deep and support them!

The Lions' 2019/20 third kit will be available to buy in-store and online, whilst Millwall's Family Fun Zone will be open between 1-2pm. For more details of FREE activities, click here.

Harris and Ben Thompson have been speaking to millwallfc.co.uk in the lead-up to Saturday's match, whilst our look at the weekend's opponents can be seen here.

Don't see the Blue Bus around The Den? Don't worry!

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Match Reports

Lions suffer first home defeat

London derby at The Den

21 September 2019

Nahki Wells' double condemned Millwall to a first home defeat of the season on Saturday afternoon at The Den as Queens Park Rangers were 2-1 winners in the Sky Bet Championship.

Shaun Hutchinson equalised for The Lions after Wells opened the scoring in the second-half, but the R's frontman pounced just two minutes later to win the game.

Neil Harris made four changes to his side for the visit of The R's, with Jayson Molumby and Jason McCarthy making their home debuts. Hutchinson, Shane Ferguson and Matt Smith also came into the starting XI.

Both sets of supporters were in fine voice off the pitch as the game got underway, but any action on the pitch was few and far between, with The Lions and The R's spending the first 10 minutes jostling for position.

With 14 minutes on the clock, Ferguson's cross quickly turned into a shot and nearly deceived Joe Lumley, before just seconds later at the other end Jordan Hugill looked set to score from close range, but was denied by a strong block from Lions captain Alex Pearce.

Shortly before the half-hour mark, in a half of few chances, Hutchinson - sporting no number on the back of his replacement shirt after a head injury earlier in the game - nodded down to Jed Wallace, but the winger's shot was wild and failed to trouble Lumley. Former Millwall youth product Eberechi Eze then tried his luck from distance 10 minutes from the break, but found the upper tier behind the goal.

The ball sat nicely for Ilias Chair to strike from a corner-kick with 41 minutes played, but his shot was blocked, with Jed Wallace then speeding down the left-hand side, only for his cross to come to nothing as the half came to a close.

The first strike of the second-half went the way of Millwall, but Jed Wallace's rasping drive was comfortable for Lumley. QPR then appealed for a penalty after Hugill threw himself to the ground, but referee Bankes was unmoved. In the thick of the action at one end, Hugill was lucky to retain his place on the pitch just minutes later, receiving only a yellow card after taking out Jed Wallace in full flow on the right-wing.

Smith and then Ferguson both tested Lumley, but with 56 minutes on the clock, it was to be Rangers who took the lead after Wells' snap-shot beat Bialkowski.

There was 65 minutes played when Millwall had perhaps their best chance of the afternoon, but from Ferguson's free-kick, Hutchinson's header was saved on the line by Lumley.

The introduction of Tom Bradshaw immediately sparked The Lions into the life with 20 minutes remaining, but the striker's piece of skill and cross was turned behind by the Rangers defence. From the duo of corners that followed, however, the latter produced the Millwall equaliser, as Hutchinson prodded home from six yards out after the ball broke to him.

Just two minutes later, though, QPR were back in front after a long ball forward was miscontrolled by Bialkowski and slotted into an empty net by Wells.

With 10 minutes remaining Jed Wallace broke through the visiting defence, but his effort hit the post behind the goal. Ferguson had a late effort and substitute Aiden O'Brien headed wide as Millwall hunted an equaliser, but to no avail.

Millwall: Bialkowski, McCarthy (O'Brien 88'), Hutchinson, Cooper, J. Wallace, Thompson, Matt Smith, Ferguson, Pearce (Mahoney 76'), Molumby, Bodvarsson (Bradshaw 69'). Subs not used: Steele, M. Wallace, Williams, Leonard.

Scorer: Hutchinson 71'

Booking: Thompson, Hutchinson

Queens Park Rangers: Lumley, Kane, Cameron, Hugill, Eze, Ball, Manning, Chair (Pugh 83'), Wells (Scowen 76'), Barbet, Leistner. Subs not used: Kelly, Matt Smith, Mlakar, Masterson, Alfa.

Scorer: Wells 56' 73'

Booking: Cameron, Hugill, Wells

Referee: Peter Bankes

Attendance: 16,808 (2,112)

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Ticket Update: Queens Park Rangers

Availability update for Saturday's return to The Den

19 September 2019

Millwall contest a London derby with Queens Park Rangers at The Den this Saturday (kick-off 3pm) - and tickets are still available with a further update.

As of 11am on Saturday morning, there are around 750 tickets left for sale in the stadium.

If you are collecting tickets for the QPR fixture or any other game, please head to windows 1-10 in the Main Ticket Office.

ALL sales will be from the South Stand Ticket Office.

Supporters are strongly urged to arrive at The Den early if collecting tickets to prevent lengthy queues building before kick-off.

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