Last Updated at 4:56 pm, May 29th 2010
Millwall 1, Swindon 0 and the Lions have sealed their spot in the Championship next season! Thoroughly deserved result or were they lucky to get through? Swindon can take plenty of heart from their performances this year. What next for them?
Vincent Pericard comes on for Billy Paynter.
Jean-Francois booked for clip on Neil Harris.
Alan O'Brien comes on for Jon-Paul McGovern.
Chris Hackett comes on for Shaun Batt.
Stephen Derby comes on for Alan Sheehan.
Geoff Pethick is in South Africa following the action. He writes: "I'm in Johannesburg driving my neighbours mad supporting the great Millwall Lions. Never mind the World Cup this is the most important match of the year for us!"
Alicia Stevenson says: "SWINDON ALL THE WAY. Me and my boyfriend are following this in the Isle of Sheppey. COME ON YOU REDS!!!!"
John Davey writes: "I am a leeds fan, glad we're not in this final. Millwall been on top in this first half, but don't rule Swindon out yet."
Mark P is following the game in Tampa, Florida and is banking on a Millwall win. He says: "I hope MILLWALL capitalize on one of these opportunities soon! Come on you LIONS!"
Remember, throughout the game you can bet in-play at Skybet.com. Millwall are now 1/5 to get a win, while Swindon are 11/1 and a draw is at 4/1. Only 1 team in it so far and Millwall, who have been well supported throughout, must wonder how they are only one up. Swindon must surely chase the game so the 11/10 over 2.5 Goals could still be a runner. Full list of in play markets available throughout the 2nd half and extra time betting if applicable.
The referee blows the whistle for half-time and it's 1-0 to Millwall at the break through Robinson's goal.
Andy Frampton comes on in place of Tony Craig.
Throughout the game you can bet in-play at Skybet.com. Millwall start as evens favourites with Swindon at 11/4 and a draw at 12/5. You can get Steve Morison at 4/1 or Charlie Austin at 11/2 to open the scoring.
Sky Bet League 1
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