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Lions pair back from bans

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ReadingReading
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Millwall can welcome back Mark Beevers and Shaun Williams for the visit of Reading.

Defender Beevers missed the Lions' last outing, a 3-1 home defeat by Ipswich, through suspension and midfielder Williams has completed a four-match ban.

Winger Paris Cowan-Hall has a calf injury which has delayed his debut following his move from Wycombe while right-back Carlos Edwards (cruciate) is a long-term absentee.

Since the Ipswich game Millwall have released striker Scott McDonald and loaned left-back Matthew...

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FA charge Bradford City, Millwall for failing to control players in FA Cup tie

Bradford manager Phil Parkinson watches on after being sent to the stands by the referee.

Bradford City and Millwall have both been charged for failing to keep control of their player during the FA Cup third-round replay on Jan. 14, with Bradford manager Phil Parkinson and his assistant Steve Parkin also facing charges of improper conduct.

Bradford won the replay 4-0 at Bramall Lane to advance to the fourth round of the competition, though Parkinson and Parkin were both sent to the stands by the referee James Adcock following a melee sparked after Millwall captain Alan Dunne pushed Bantams...

Millwall 1-3 Ipswich Town

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Ipswich TownIpswich Town
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Noel Hunt's first-half double helped Ipswich climb back into the Sky Bet Championship automatic promotion places with a 3-1 victory over relegation-threatened Millwall.

The Irish striker notched twice in the first 14 minutes and, after Magaye Gueye's effort at the end of the first half had halved the deficit, substitute Jonathan Parr wrapped up the win late on for the Tractor Boys - who moved up to second in the table.

Millwall began brightly as new signing Diego Fabbrini, on loan from Watford, dragged...

Easy win for Bradford as Mark Beevers dismissal opens floodgates

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MillwallMillwall
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Bradford produced another night to remember at Valley Parade and booked a coveted trip to Chelsea by sending 10-man Sky Bet Championship strugglers Millwall spinning to a 4-0 FA Cup third-round replay defeat.

West Yorkshire club Bradford defied the odds to reach the Capital One Cup final two years ago with famous wins against Arsenal and Aston Villa along the way - and in their latest cup outing they swept aside the Londoners, who never recovered from the early dismissal of defender Mark Beevers.

Ian...

Clarke goal sinks Millwall

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MillwallMillwall
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Peter Clarke's first goal of the season boosted Blackpool's hopes of avoiding relegation from the Sky Bet Championship with a 1-0 win over fellow strugglers Millwall.

The Seasiders had only won one of their previous 14 games in all competitions and earlier in the week owner Owen Oyston wrote an open letter to disgruntled Blackpool supporters.

But Clarke's first-half header moved the bottom side to within eight points of safety, while Millwall remained inside the bottom three with this their fourth...