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Preview: Millwall v Rovers

Tony Mowbray’s men are heading to the capital this weekend

10 January 2019

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Rovers will look to continue an unbeaten start to the year when they travel to Millwall for the first away league game of 2019.

Here’s our guide to the game…


The last Championship fixture saw Rovers take all three points at home to West Brom thanks to goals from Charlie Mulgrew and Bradley Dack.

Following on from that win, the Blues drew 1-1 away at Newcastle United in the Emirates FA Cup Third Round. Bradley Dack had opened the scoring before a late penalty denied Rovers victory over the Premier league outfit.

That 1-1 stalemate at St James’ Park means there is a replay to come at Ewood Park on Tuesday 15th January (7:45pm), to decide who will face Watford at home in the Fourth Round of the competition. 

As always, we'll be bringing you team news and live updates on the game via social media. Fans can follow the action on our official Twitter account, with kick-off scheduled for 5:30pm. 


Captain Charlie Mulgrew picked up a hamstring injury in the game at Newcastle and is doubtful for the trip to The Den. 

But Jack Rodwell is available again and in contention to make the squad after missing the last few games. 

Ritchie Smallwood will serve the final game of his three match ban.

Saturday’s match will come too soon for Jacob Davenport, who is still a few weeks away from being available. 


Millwall are currently 19thin the Sky Bet Championship table, having taken 28 points from their opening 26 games. 

Neil Harris’ side are six points above the relegation zone, with seven wins so far this season. 

Millwall have won their last four fixtures in all competitions, including three home games. 

The Lions drew 0-0 with Rovers at the start of the season in the reverse fixture. 


Tickets are available to buy on the day of the game, from the North Stand Ticket Office situated next to the away turnstiles, where both cash and card payments will be accepted. There is a no price increase. 

Over 900 away tickets have been sold at the time of writing.


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