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30 December 2013

Everything you need to know about Wednesday's matchday programme

Caretaker duo Neil Harris and Scott Fitzgerald will once again take charge of The Lions against table-topping Leicester City at The Den on New Year's Day (3pm).

Chopper and Fitz oversaw Sunday's 0-0 draw with Doncaster - a result which ended a run of four straight away defeats - and will once again prepare the players for the visit of Nigel Pearson's men while the Board search for a permanent successor to Steve Lomas.

Wednesday's edition of The Lion includes a feature-length interview with Neil, whilst Fitz praises the players for their work ethic during the draw with Doncaster in his manager's column.

As well as the usual input from skipper Paul Robinson, Chief Executive Andy Ambler reflects on 2013 - a year which brought it's fair share of highs and lows for The Lions.

Fan columnist Merv Payne pens another superb article, and we also look ahead of our upcoming trips to Southend United and Huddersfield Town in the FA Cup and League respectively with The Lion's Away Days travel guide.

Chopper and Fitz are calling on as many Millwall fans as possible to buy tickets and get behind the boys at The Den, but if you can't make it to the game, you can still enjoy everything The Lion has to offer with Millwall's official programme app for this 2013/14 season - wherever you are in the world.

Sales for the club's digital programme have been superb so far this season, and like the 84-page perfect bound print edition you will find a range of interviews, features and photographs, as well as regular articles from our historians, the Supporter's Club, the Community Trust and many more, making the 2013/14 matchday programme the most readable it has ever been.

The digital offering is available on Apple iPad and iPhone, on the Android market, and via the Pocketmags app on Kindle Fire, Blackberry Playbook and Windows 8.

Millwall supporters can subscribe for the whole season (including the download of backdated issues since August) for just £59.99 - a price which includes any potential future Cup ties as well.

You can also buy on a game-by-game basis with League programmes available to download for £2.99.

If you're on iOS or Android, search 'Millwall The Lion' in your respective App Store to download, or if you are downloading onto Kindle Fire, Blackberry Playbook or Windows 8, visit the Pocketmags app, search for Millwall FC and go from there.

You can download your copy of The Lion from 9am on matchdays. 

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