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11:00 27th January 2015

All you need to know ahead of Millwall clash

Millwall vs Reading
Tuesday 27th January, 7.45pm
Sky Bet Championship
The Den


Millwall: The Royals could come up against a familiar face in Shaun Cummings tonight. The defender joined Millwall from the Royals earlier this month and made his debut in the Lions’ 3-1 defeat to Ipswich 10 days ago. Centre-back Jos Hooiveld joined on loan from Southampton yesterday and is eligible for selection. Scott McDonald departed Millwall last week after agreeing to terminate his contract.

Reading: Steve Clarke said after Saturday’s win over Cardiff City that Chris Gunter would be a doubt for tonight’s game. The full-back injured his ankle in the first half of the weekend victory, so Stephen Kelly could come into the side. Danny Guthrie (groin) and Jamie Mackie are both doubts for the clash, while Anton Ferdinand and Hope Akpan continue to recover their recovery processes.  


Tickets will be available to purchase from The Den and these seats will not be subjected to a price increase.

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Follow the A2 into London from Junction 2 of the M25. Once you pass New Cross Gate tube station on your right the ground is about a mile further on. Keep to the right following the signs A2 City/Westminster. The Den will appear on your right.

Street parking can be found on the small estate on the left, just beyond the ground.

South Bermondsey Railway Station is only a few minute’s walk from the ground. There is a direct walkway specifically built for away fans that takes you directly to the away end, and back to the station afterwards.


Ricardo Fuller 5
Lee Gregory 4
Magaye Gueye 3

Simon Cox 8
Glenn Murray 8
Nick Blackman 5


Sat 17th Jan: Millwall 1-3 Ipswich Town – SkyBet Championship
Tue 14th Jan: Bradford City 4-0 Millwall – The FA Cup
Sat 10th Jan: Blackpool 1-0 Millwall – SkyBet Championship
Sat 3rd Jan: Millwall 3-3 Bradford City – The FA Cup
Sun 28th Dec: Millwall 0-2 AFC Bournemouth – SkyBet Championship


Millwall manager Ian Holloway: “Steve Clarke is a very experienced manager and I’m sure that given time he’ll get Reading playing the way he wants to. At the moment, he is still quite new in assessing the group and seeing what he can do. Having the weekend off was of benefit of us, because it allowed us to work some new faces into our team.”

Royals manager Steve Clarke: “It's a crucial game for everyone at the club, you can't shy away from that, you must be honest. We have to take the momentum from Cardiff into that one. We had a little unbeaten run going into Fulham, we lost there but I asked the players to pick up again quickly, which they did.”



Tomorrow’s game will be refereed by Andrew Madley, who last took charge of the Royals for last season’s 1-0 win over Charlton Athletic at The Valley. 
In his 21 games this season, the West Yorkshire-based official has brandished 57 yellow and one red card. 


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