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Match Thread: Millwall vs Bolton Wanderers

Neil Lennon's Bolton Wanderers side travel to the Den tonight in fine form, they look to extend their impressive unbeaten run to 7 games. Tune in from 7.30 as we will reveal tonight's teams and give live text commentary from the Den.

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Millwall FC v. Bolton Wanderers

Location: The Den, South Bermondsey, London

Date: December 19, 2014

Time: 7.45pm GMT

Records (W-D-L, Points, Place):

Home team: 5-8-8, 23 - 20th

Form: L-D-D-L-W

Away team: 6-5-10, 23, 18th

Form: W-D-W-D-D

GKDavid Forde GK: Andy Lonergan
D: Andy Wilkinson D: Josh Vela
D :Danny Shittu D: Matt Mills
D: Alan Dunne D: Dorian Dervite
D: Scott Malone LB: Tim Ream
M: Angel Martinez RW: Neil Danns
M: Shaun Williams CM: Darren Pratley
M: Maygaye Gueye CAM: Liam Feeney
M: Scott McDonald LW: Chung-Yong Lee
M: Martyn Woolford F :Rob Hall
F: Lee Gregory F: Eiður Guðjohnsen

Millwall subs - King, Webster, Briggs, Abdou, Martin, Easter, Fuller.

Bolton Wanders subs - Bogdan, Moxey, Spearing, Trotter, Wheater, Wilkinson, Clough


Millwall manager - Ian Holloway (ENG)

Bolton Wanderers manager - Neil Lennon (N-IRL)

Referee - Stuart Attwell (ENG)

Head-to-Head - MILvsBOL

• The last meeting ended as a 1-1 draw at The Den in February.

• Millwall have won only one of the last seven meetings in all competitions. Their only win since 1994 was 2-1 at home in the Championship in October 2012.

• Millwall have won only one of the last four meetings at The Den in all competitions, drawing one and losing two.

• Millwall won their last game 1-0 at Brighton on 12 December - their first win in seven games.

• Millwall have lost their last two home games - 3-2 against Brentford on 8 November and 5-1 against Middlesbrough on 6 December.

• Bolton are unbeaten in their last six games, winning three. Their last defeat was 2-1 at Norwich on 31 October.

• Bolton have won only one of their 10 away games in the Championship this season. Their only league win on the road was 1-0 at Birmingham on 18 October.