AS IT HAPPENED: Middlesbrough 1-0 Millwall

RE-LIVE all the action after Millwall's 1-1 draw at Middlesbrough. 

FT: Middlesbrough 1-1 Millwall

Tom Bradshaw equalises seconds after coming on after Paddy McNair had given the hosts the lead.

4.53pm: Johnson has a chance but Cooper deflects it out for a corner. Bialkowski then takes the delivery.

4.51pm: We're into added-time as Shotton covers to deny Bradshaw.

4.48pm: Jason McCarthy is on for Mahoney for his league debut.

4.45pm: Howson is the next to try one but he can't find the target either.

4.43pm: Boro looking for the winner but Fletcher fires over.

4.37pm: INSPIRED!!! Bradshaw is just on and he has scored an equaliser from a corner from Smith's nod-down!

4.35pm: Lions sub as they chase the game: Tom Bradshaw on for Williams. Bradshaw and Smith up front, Thompson drops deeper into midfield.

4.32pm: Boro had stepped it up. All to do for Millwall now.

4.30pm: Boro are ahead. Fletcher plays in McNair and he rolls it past Bialkowski.

4.26pm: Shane Ferguson is on for Aiden O'Brien for Millwall.

4.25pm: Millwall have had nine shots on goal, two on target; Boro seven shots, just one on target.

4.20pm: Few chances now in a scrappy game. Can the Lions find a breakthrough?

4.10pm: Boro are creating little and it's the Lions who get another chance. Randolph sends a poor clearance to Smith but the striker mis-controls. He gets the ball again and has a shot, but Randolph saves.

4.01pm: Boro have made a change at the break: Marvin Johnson is on for Marcus Browne.

HARRIS IN THE STANDS: You can see the Lions boss here at the front of the executive box.

HT: Middlesbrough 0-0 Millwall

The Lions have had the better of the chances as they showed no signs of any hangover from Wednesday night.

Harris was sent to the stands after an altercation with Boro coach Leo Percovich.


3.35pm: Another chance for the Lions, Thompson volleying over from Smith's nod-down.

3.24pm: Millwall should be ahead! Randolph tips Thompson's effort over the bar before Smith's header grazes the crossbar. Good stuff from the Lions.

3.20pm: Smith again threatens, this time heading a cross from Wallace off-target.

3.17pm: Most of us saw the stats at Fulham on Wednesday night, but it's Millwall who have more posession so far here: 57% to 43%.

3.15pm: Chance for Boro but Bialkowski saves from Assombalonga.

3.12pm: Millwall's best chance of a goal looks to be from a set-piece in these early stages. Smith heads on Mahoney's delivery but Pearce just can't get to the ball.

3.06pm: Early Boro claim for a penalty as Browne goes down in the box – nothing given.

3.01pm: We have kick-off…

2.15pm: It looks like a 4-4-1-1, with Thompson off Smith and O'Brien wide left. Alternatively it could be more of a 4-3-3 with Leonard and Thompson either side of Williams, and O'Brien and Mahoney pushing higher.

Or…4-4-2 with Thompson in a wide position and O'Brien and Smith up front.

2.00pm: The team news is in.

Neil Harris makes two changes: Aiden O'Brien and Matt Smith come in for Jiri Skalak and Tom Bradshaw.

Millwall: 4-4-1-1: Bialkowski; Romeo, Pearce, Cooper, M Wallace; Mahoney, Leonard, Williams, O'Brien; Thompson; Smith.

Subs: Steele, Hutchinson, McCarthy, Molumby, Ferguson, Bodvarsson, Bradshaw.

George Saville makes his first start of the season for Boro: