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Harris warns Millwall face different Oldham under Sheridan

MILLWALL manager Neil Harris believes his team will be facing an “ultra-organised” Oldham side in the last home league game of the season on Saturday. The Lions defeated Oldham 2-1 at Boundary Park in January to leave the Latics five points from safety after they had won just three league games all season.

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Onyedinma wants big Millwall support against Oldham

FRED ONYEDINMA is calling on Millwall fans to come out in force this weekend to help nudge the team over the line in the race to reach the Sky Bet League One play-offs. The Lions need just a point from their game against Oldham Athletic at The Den on Saturday to secure their top-six place.

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O'Brien: Millwall are coming on strongly at the right time

AIDEN O’Brien says Millwall aren’t going to worry about the results of other sides with just two league games remaining this season. The Lions can still finish in the top two, while at least a point this weekend would confirm a top-six place. They can also still finish outside the top six, though it would take an unlikely set of results for that to happen.

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Harris: Taylor has been vital to Millwall since joining club

NEIL Harris has hailed the impact Chris Taylor has made since he joined Millwall on loan from Blackburn Rovers. Taylor scored twice at the weekend as the Lions beat Bury 3-1 to take his tally to three goals in eight games since his debut at home to Sheffield United in March. He also got an assist for Steve Morison's goal.

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Key Millwall duo injury doubts for final home league game

MILLWALL top scorer Lee Gregory and winger Shane Ferguson are doubts for Millwall's Sky Bet League One game against Oldham Athletic at The Den on Saturday. Both players missed the 3-1 win over Bury last weekend, Gregory with stomach muscle problems and Ferguson with a thigh strain.

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Taylor: Millwall's ability to grind out results is a good sign

MILLWALL midfielder Chris Taylor has praised the performances of his team-mates in Saturday’s 3-1 win over Bury at Gigg Lane. The Blackburn loanee was involved in all three goals, scoring two and assisting another for Steve Morison, as the Lions moved up to third in League One to still be in with an outside chance of achieving automatic promotion.

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Millwall youngsters seal place in play-offs with Ipswich win

MILLWALL are through to the Professional Development League 2 play-off semi-finals after goals from Kyron Farrell and Joseph Otudeko gave them a 2-0 win at Ipswich Town on Monday afternoon. Justin Skinner’s U21s will play Huddersfield Town, who finished top of the northern section, for a place in the final.