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Sheffield WednesdaySheffield Wednesday
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MillwallMillwall
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MillwallMillwall
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Bolton WanderersBolton Wanderers
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Brighton & Hove AlbionBrighton & Hove Albion
MillwallMillwall
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1
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MiddlesbroughMiddlesbrough
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5
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MillwallMillwall
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Evans could shuffle Millers pack

Rotherham UnitedRotherham United
MillwallMillwall
3:00 PM GMT
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Rotherham boss Steve Evans will be tempted by changes for the crunch Championship clash with Millwall.

The Millers' last two away games have ended in respective 5-0 and 3-0 defeats at Wolves and Watford and after such limp displays, the boss could swap things around.

Attacker Danny Ward is a contender to come into the starting XI after dropping to the bench at Vicarage Road while Connor Newton and Lee Frecklington will hope Evans changes system in midfield.

A home win would put six points between them...

Millwall 1-3 Sheffield Wednesday

MillwallMillwall
Sheffield WednesdaySheffield Wednesday
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Ian Holloway faced calls for him to be sacked as Millwall's relegation worries deepened following a 3-1 defeat by Sheffield Wednesday.

Goals from Lewis McGugan, Atdhe Nuhiu and Stevie May left the Lions rooted in the bottom three and increased the pressure on manager Holloway.

Millwall have not won a home game since October, a run stretching back 11 matches, and are still three points from safety.

Yet they had plenty of chances to take the lead with Gary Taylor-Fletcher and Aiden O'Brien denied by goal-line...

Millwall 0-0 Fulham

MillwallMillwall
FulhamFulham
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Hugo Rodellega was denied a late winner for Fulham by the linesman's flag as the Cottagers' winless run stretched to seven games with a 0-0 draw at Millwall.

Lee Gregory missed the best chance for the hosts in the first half, somehow firing over from close range after Jimmy Abdou's dangerous cross.

Rodellega thought he had won it for the visitors with four minutes left after turning home Kostas Stafylidis' left-wing cross at the second attempt, only for it to be ruled out for offside.

The result means...

Leeds United 1-0 Millwall

Leeds UnitedLeeds United
MillwallMillwall
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Midfielder Alex Mowatt marked his birthday weekend in style by scoring the only goal of the game in Leeds' 1-0 win over Championship strugglers Millwall.

Mowatt struck a spectacular free-kick the day after his 20th birthday to move his side eight points away from the relegation zone and leave the Lions still in the bottom three.

Luke Murphy was again in outstanding form in the Leeds engine room as they made it four victories in five league games.

Millwall had won only once at Leeds since 1988, losing...

Birmingham City 0-1 Millwall

Birmingham CityBirmingham City
MillwallMillwall
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Millwall captain Alan Dunne boosted his side's Championship survival hopes with a match-winning strike in a priceless 1-0 victory over Birmingham at St. Andrew's.

Long-serving Dunne earned Ian Holloway's side a deserved three points when he headed home in the 51st minute.

It capped an impressive display by Millwall, who tasted victory for the second time in three games and now remain in the drop zone on goal difference alone as they lie level on points with 21st-placed Brighton.

While Millwall have...