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Luton stay on the attack but they can't find the target as the referee sounds his whistle for the end of the game. 3-0 to Millwall, and they progress to the quarter finals of the FA Cup.
Beevers is booked for an unfair challenge. Luton covert the free kick into a corner as they seek a consolation.
Millwall make their final change with the impressive Henry coming off for Adam Smith.
GOAL - N'Guessan seals it for Millwall.
Goalscorer Hulse is now replaced by Marquis as Kenny Jackett makes his second change.
Luton make an attacking switch now, with Shar coming on for Mendy.
Luton with a sub now, Fleetwood replacing O'Donnell.
Millwall make a change now as N'Guessan comes on for Feeney.
Rendell is incensed as he is penalised for a soft foul on Dunne. His dissent earns him a yellow card.
What do you think? Can the Hatters battle back after the break? They are now 50/1 to win and 12/1 to earn a replay, while Hulse is 6/1 to add to his superb strike by netting next.
Lee Probert blows for the end of the half. Millwall lead 2-0 thanks to a Kovacs error capitalised by Henry and an extraordinary finish from Hulse. Stay with us for the second half to see if Luton can fight back into the game against the odds.
GOAL - Hulse scores!
GOAL - Henry scores for Millwall!
Ash writes: 'Come on Luton! I predict a 3-1 score line for Luton today, they have come this far and i can't see them wanting to give up the chance of a cup title. Me and my boyfriend Joe are at the game now ready for what will be an exciting game.'
As expected, Millwall are favourites for this one and are priced at 10/11 to win the match in 90 minutes. Luton are 3/1 to win with the draw available at 5/2. Priceboosts include Andre Gray to score first at 15/2 and Millwall to win 2-0 at 9/1. Luton have conceded just three goals in their last six at home, while Millwall have won none of their last six on the road. With that in mind, you can get Luton to win to nil at a tempting 5/1.