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Upson: Boss giving us belief in Millwall promotion challenge

ED Upson knows what it takes to win promotion from League One, but he accepts the pressure to do it at Millwall is much higher. The Lions midfielder, with Byron Webster, was part of Yeovil Town’s historic campaign in 2012-13 when he scored in the play-off semi-final and played in the final as they reached the second tier for the first time.

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Millwall's Gregory: Gaffer allows mistakes, Holloway didn't

LEE Gregory has praised manager Neil Harris for giving confidence to the players – by allowing them to make mistakes. Gregory said Harris’ predecessor Ian Holloway was less tolerant of errors with the result that players weren’t as comfortable on the ball as they have been this season.

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Millwall loan watch: Marquis off for foul on former Lion

JOHN Marquis was sent off as Leyton Orient drew at home against Wimbledon on Saturday. The 23-year-old striker had earlier set up Jay Simpson for Orient’s opener in the 1-1 draw but was later red-carded after picking up two cautions, the second for a foul on former Lions team-mate Paul Robinson.

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Harris hails "outstanding" Millwall keeper after world-class save

NEIL Harris paid tribute to Jordan Archer after the goalkeeper’s performance helped Millwall secure a 1-0 win over Bury on Saturday to move the Lions to within two points of the top six. Former Tottenham netminder Archer kept his eighth clean sheet in 19 games since making his competitive debut for Millwall in August.

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Harris frustrated as Millwall without defender at Burton

MILLWALL boss Neil Harris admitted to being “frustrated” with referee Dean Whitestone’s decision to book Byron Webster in Saturday’s 1-0 win over Bury at The Den. The yellow card was Webster’s fifth of the season and he will now miss Millwall’s rearranged clash with Burton Albion on Tuesday evening.


Infographic: Millwall 1-0 Bury

ALL the facts and figures from Millwall's 1-0 victory over Bury at The Den can be found here. A classy long range strike from Shaun Williams and brilliance from Jordan Archer in goal saw off the Shakers. Keeper Jordan Archer was voted NewsAtDen's Man of the Match by the fans.

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Ratings: Millwall 1-0 Bury

RATE the performances of Millwall's players after Saturday afternoon's victory against Bury. The Lions moved up to five places to seventh in the League One table and only two points off the play-offs thanks to Shaun Williams' first-half strike from distance to secure all three points in a 1-0 triumph at The Den against the Shakers.