MILLWALL take on Hull City at The Den in their last game before the international break.
The Lions have won their two games at home this season, while Hull have lost their last two in the league.
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16:54: Full Time: Millwall 1-1 Hull – The Lions aren't able to find a way through a stubborn Hull City defence. Millwalthrew everything they had at Hull in the second period but the defence stood strong.
16:52: MAGENNIS SENT OFF HULL DOWN TO NINE
16:50: Referee blows for a foul on the Hull keeper Long.
16:49: Corner – Headed down..another…
16:48: Five added minutes.
16:47: Everyone is camped in the Hull half.
16:45: Hull force a corner…it comes out to Da Silva but his effort goes into the away stand.
16:44: Ferguson's cross is met by Pearce but there was too much pace on the ball. Final Lions change see's Aiden O'Brien comes on for Murray Wallace.
16:43: Millwall have a free-kick in a dangerous position…
16:39: A crosse comes in from Ferguson, Smith heads back across to Leonard who heads wide, Millwall really putting the pressure on now.
16:35: Hull will finish the game with ten men as Toral who has just come on has been forced off.
16:32: Millwall win a corner but nothing comes of it as Neil Harris brings on Fergie for Mahoney. Hull have made their final change – bringing on Jon Toral in place of Honeyman.
16:28: Bowen does superbly to take the ball down and find Josh Magennis in the box, the former Charlton man goes down but nothing is given.
16:27: Millwall have now reverted to 4-4-2 with Bodvarsson partnering Smith up front.
16:25: Bradshaw is replaced by Bodvarsson.
16:21 Grosicki has just delivered a corner…It's gone out for a throw.
16:20: Long is forced to punch a corner over his own bar before he is called into action again after a delivery, Millwall causing problems with set-pieces.
16:18: Hull forced into their second change, Reece Burke has to be replaced by Ryan Tafazolli.
16:17: It's been a better start to this half for Millwall they are putting the pressure on Hull's defence forcing them into some mistakes. Jed Wallace has beaten his man a couple of times but lacked the end product.
16:10: Corner Millwall, deep towards Smith but Hull manage to clear it and start an attack of their own. However, the attack breaks down and Bowen is booked for diving.
16:09: Changes incoming perhaps?
Harris has told Fergie to warm up. Williams also out. #Millwall
— John Kelly (@JKelly1882) August 31, 2019
16:07: Jed Wallace's cross/shot is saved by the keeper for a corner before Long again claims the ball this time from a Matt Smith header.
16:05: Cross from Jed Wallace is flicked on by Bradshaw but Smith is unable to take advantage.
16:01: Teams are back out.
15:47: Half Time – Millwall 1-1 Hull City
15:45: Mahoney's delivery is headed by Murray Wallace but Hull manage to escape and get the ball up to Bowen but Millwall see out the attack.
15:45 Millwall corner
15:44: Another vital foot from Pearce denies Hull a chance for a second.
15:42: Free kick comes in from Mahoney aimed towards Smith who goes down but nothing is given.
15:42: Millwall free kick decent position…
15:38: How Hull have not taken the lead I do not know. A shot from Bowen is saved by Bialkowski straight to Stewart who somehow has hurt the rebound wide.
15:37: Thompson has just blocked Kevin Stewart's effort which was goal bound, Magennis then tests Bialkowski.
15:35: Hull have grown into this game since scoring the goal and are looking more and more confident but Millwall still look dangerous on the counter attack.
15:32: Mahoney and Leonard combine to earn Millwall a corner, the home fans want a penalty after Cooper goes down but nothing is given and Hull come away with the ball.
15:29: Bradshaw earns Millwall a corner, it comes in but referee Oliver Langford blows for a foul on Long.
15:25: Alex Pearce has just made a wonderful tackle to stop ball going through to Grosicki who would have had the chance to cut into the box.
15:24: This time Grosicki opted to float the ball into De Wijs who was flagged offside.
15:23: Hull have another free kick around the same distance from goal….
15:19: It is a stunning free-kick from Grosicki. 35 yards out and he spotted a gap and found it. Stunning.
15:17: Hull are level through a stunning free kick from Kamil Grosicki.
15:16: Hull are forced into an early change, Matthew Pennington is not able to continue and has been replaced by Leonardo Da Silva Lopes.
15:15 Jed likes playing at The Den.
That's Jed Wallace's second goal of the season, both at The Den. #Millwall
— Alex Grace (@AlexGrace12) August 31, 2019
15:11: The penalty was awarded after Matt Smith was fouled.
15:10: GOOOOAAAAALLLLLL – Jed Wallace fires the penalty home and The Lions are in front.
15:09: PENALTY MILLWALL
15:06 The early signs are showing that Hull are going to be happy just to let Millwall have the ball. This is not something The Lions are used to having an average of just 29% from their first five games.
15:05: Mahlon Romeo receives the ball in space, comes forward opts to shoot but Long has no issue with it.
15:02: Kamil Grosicki picks up the ball and is allowed to come forward he looks up almost pick out Jarrod Bowen at the far post. The closet anyone has come as Bowen's effort goes wide.
15:01: Millwall have started the better and are on the front foot at the start of the game.
15:00 Hull get us underway here at The Den.
14:56 Here come the teams.
14:43: Someone is excited to see both Matt Smith and Tom Bradshaw starting up front together.
— Jack (@Jack_Millwall) August 31, 2019
14.40: Excitement is building among Lions fans.
The lad is bouncing with his Millwall kit. Thanks everyone. The two that made it happen, you're incredible ???? pic.twitter.com/WCTJ3aFClD
— Sam Bethell ⛳️ (@SBethell84) August 31, 2019
14.32: Lions boss Neil Harris makes two changes from last Saturday at Boro: Jed Wallace returns for O'Brien; Bradshaw comes in for Williams.
14.11: Here is the Hull side:
? The team news is in!
Here's how the Tigers will line up to take on @MillwallFC this afternoon…
— Hull City (@HullCity) August 31, 2019
14.05: Tom Bradshaw starts his first game for Millwall at The Den.
Millwall: Bialkowski; Romeo, Pearce, Cooper, M Wallace; Mahoney, Leonard, Thompson, J Wallace; Smith, Bradshaw.
Subs: Steele, Hutchinson, Williams, Ferguson, Molumby, O'Brien, Bodvarsson.