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Big Match Preview: Millwall v Iron

31 March 2017

The Iron face Millwall at the Den this Saturday, with Graham Alexander’s men looking to build on an impressive victory over Bradford City last time out.

That success against the Bantams saw United move back up to fourth in the Sky Bet League One table, and they face a Millwall side who sit just two places below them.

Saturday’s opponents will be seeking a response however, after slipping to defeat at the hands of Sheffield United on Tuesday night.



Scunthorpe boss Alexander has ruled defender Charlie Goode out for the rest of the season with the ankle ligament injury he sustained against Bradford.

He also added that neither striker Kevin van Veen or midfielder Sam Mantom will be available for the weekend.



The Iron ran out comfortable 3-0 winners in the two sides’ last meeting, back in December 2016.

Paddy Madden put the hosts ahead nine minutes before the break at Glanford Park, glancing home a header from Josh Morris’ right-winged free-kick.

Hakeeb Adelakun then gave Scunthorpe a two goal cushion at the interval, with the winger drilling the ball past Millwall ‘keeper Jordan Archer at the second attempt.

The win was wrapped up midway through the second period, as Madden got his second. Tom Hopper teed the Irishman up with a square pass that left his strike partner with the simplest of finishes.



SEASON / DATE
COMPETITION
RESULT
IRON SCORERS
2016-17 - Sat Dec 17
2015-16 - Tue Feb 16
LG 1
LG 1
Iron 3-0 Millwall
Millwall 0-2 Iron
Madden 2, Adelakun
McSheffrey, O'Brien
2015-16 - Sat Aug 22
LG 1
Iron 0-0 Millwall

2010-11 - Mon 25 Apr
CHAMP
Iron 1-2 Millwall
O'Connor
2010-11 - Sat 4 Dec
CHAMP
Millwall 3-0 Iron

2008-09 - Sun 24 May
LG 1
Millwall 2-3 Iron
Sparrow 2, Woolford
2008-09 - Sat 31 Jan
LG 1
Millwall 1-2 Iron
Hooper 2
2008-09 - Sat 25 Oct
LG 1
Iron 3-2 Millwall
Hooper, Hayes, Sparrow
2006-07 - Sat 27 Jan
LG 1
Iron 3-0 Millwall
Goodwin, Crosby, Beckford
2006-07 - Fri 22 Dec
LG 1
Millwall 0-1 Iron
Torpey
2001-02 - Sat 5 Jan
FAC R3
Millwall 2-1 Iron
McCombe
1999-00 - Tue 7 Mar
DIV 2
Millwall 1-2 Iron
Logan, Quailey
1999-00 - Sat 6 Nov
DIV 2
Iron 1-4 Millwall
Cornforth
1983-84 - Fri 27 Apr
DIV 3
Iron 0-1 Millwall

1983-84 - Sat 26 Nov
DIV 3
Millwall 2-1 Iron
Cammack
1965-66 - Sat 12 Mar
DIV 3
Iron 4-4 Millwall
Snowdon (og), Smith, Colquhoun, Barton
1965-66 - Sat 18 Sep
DIV 3
Millwall 2-2 Iron
Snowdon (og), Hutton

Our full record against Millwall is as follows:


PW
D
L
F
A
Home
832
3
15
13
Away
7
3
1
3
9
11
TOTAL
16
73
6
27
26



Lee Gregory has struck 15 times so far this season for the Lions, with all of those strikes coming in the league.

Netting four times in his last six league outings, the former Halifax Town is Millwall’s joint top scorer, along with Steve Morison.



Bolton Wanderers v Chesterfield (15:00)
Bradford City v Walsall (15:00)
Bristol Rovers v Shrewsbury Town (15:00)
Fleetwood Town v Swindon Town (15:00)
Milton Keynes Dons v Gillingham (15:00)
Peterborough United v Charlton Athletic (15:00)
Port Vale v AFC Wimbledon (15:00)
Rochdale v Northampton Town (15:00)
Southend United v Oldham Athletic (15:00)



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Report: Millwall 3-1 Iron

1 April 2017

REPORT: MILLWALL 3-1 IRON

United suffered a 3-1 defeat at Millwall on Saturday afternoon.

The game couldn’t have started any worse, when the home side were awarded a penalty after only two minutes, when Paddy Madden tripped an opposing player. It was Shaun Williams who stepped up to dispatch the penalty, despite Joe Anyon getting a touch.

Second half goals from Shane Ferguson and Aiden O’Brien sent the hosts into a comfortable lead, before Matt Crooks scored with the final kick of the game, after Josh Morris’ pinpoint free kick.

The Iron had made four changes to the starting line-up that defeated Bradford City in front of the Sky TV cameras the previous Sunday.

Joe Anyon, Levi Sutton, David Mirfin and Jamie Ness were the quartet to come into the starting 11, with Luke Daniels, Jordan Clarke, Charlie Goode and Hakeeb Adelakun the players to exit.

It took the home side only a minute to give Anyon his first scare, as Steve Morison’s effort deflected off Mirfin and went narrowly wide.

The hosts' penalty came as a result of the subsequent corner. Williams was the man who stepped up to take the kick, slotting past Anyon despite the Iron’s goalkeeper getting a touch.

After the goal, the away side managed to settle into the game, and were awarded a free kick on the edge of the Millwall box on the 15 minute mark. Morris stepped up to take it but, despite connecting with it well, the effort went just wide of Tom King’s goal.

The lead should have been doubled nine minutes before the break after great work down the right wing from the home side. Morison whipped the ball in, but Shane Ferguson couldn’t keep his shot down at the far post.

Despite not creating many opportunities, United looked comfortable on the ball, but it was Millwall who had the last chance of the first 45 minutes. However, Ferguson couldn’t keep his shot down.

United started the second half confidently and got at the Millwall defence from the off. Ivan Toney hooked an effort towards goal on the half-volley in the first two minutes, which was tipped over by King.

Toney then forced another save from King with a free-kick soon after, as it was tipped over. The resulting corner was then dealt with by the home side.

Millwall doubled their lead on 56 minutes when Mahlon Romeo crossed dangerously, and Ferguson was there to volley home from a few yards out.

The away side looked to get themselves back in the game soon after the goal but, after Morris laid it into the path of Crooks, the on-loan midfielder couldn’t get his effort on target.

Stephen Dawson was the next man in green to send an effort goal bound, but his volley was well held by King.

The match was effectively ended shortly before the 70-minute mark, when Aiden O’Brien’s clever first-time finish evaded Anyon, making it 3-0 to Millwall.

United did score a consolation goal with the last kick of the game, after Morris’ free kick from the right wing was nodded home by Crooks, to end the scoring at 3-1.

TEAM LINE-UPS 
Millwall: King, Hutchinson, Craig, Williams, Thompson, Romeo, Wallace (Worrall, 73), Webster, Ferguson (Onyedinma, 75), Morison, O'Brien (Butcher, 80).
Substitutes not used: Girling, Cooper, Cummings, Abdou.

Scunthorpe United: Anyon, Wallace, Mirfin, Dawson, Madden (Davies, 73), Morris, Townsend, Toney (Adelakun, 73), Ness, Crooks, Sutton.
Substitutes not used: Watson, Bishop, Toffolo, Burdett, Dyche.

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MILLWALL AWAY TICKETS NOW ON SALE

28 March 2017

The Iron travel to the Den on Saturday, April 1, 2017 (3pm kick-off) and have been handed 852 tickets for the game.

The club have been allocated tickets in the North Stand Upper Tier of the stadium.

Please note, United receive 5% of all ticket sales purchased in advance, but receive nothing if they're bought on the day at Millwall.

Tickets will be available on the day subject to availability.

You can purchase tickets in person at the Glanford Park ticket office, by calling 01724 747670 or through visiting ticketing.scunthorpe-united.co.uk.

Prices for the game are as follows:

North Stand Upper Tier
Adult£23
Over-60's£14
Under-16's£10
Under-12's£5

The Iron have been asked to make supporters aware that proof of age may be required on entry for concessionary tickets, while valid student ID will be required.

Disabled supporters will be charged as per their appropriate age category. For those supporters who require a Personal Assistant, a free ticket can be issued, however the onus is on the disabled supporter to provide proof that a PA is required if challenged. 

Tickets remain on sale for the fixture until 2pm on Friday, March 31, 2017

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