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17 March 2023

All you need to know ahead of our next Sky Bet Championship fixture

- Millwall vs Huddersfield Town
- Saturday 18 March 2023; 3pm kick-off
- Available to listen to on iFollow HTAFC

The Terriers continue their Sky Bet Championship campaign when they travel to the capital to take on Millwall on Saturday 18 March.

In the last meeting, the Terriers came out on top with a 1-0 victory against the Lions thanks to a first half goal from Yuta Nakayama.


Millwall currently sit sixth in the league, after 37 games.

The Lions come into the game following a 2-1 home win against Swansea on Tuesday 14 March.

Millwall manager Gary Rowett is in his fourth season at the club since being appointed in October 2019. He has led the Lions 175 times in all competitions.


Tom Bradshaw

Bradshaw comes into the game in excellent form after scoring 14 goals this season in his 34 appearances, with seven goals in his last seven games - making him Milllwall's top scorer, with Zian Flemming just behind with 13 goals. The striker joined the club from Shrewsbury in January 2019. Since joining, the 30-year-old has 35 goals in 139 appearances, with this season being his most prolific at the club. Bradshaw was also named as the Sky Bet Championship Player of the Month for February 2023.

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Zian Flemming

Since joining the club in July 2022, the Dutchman has played a crucial part in Millwall’s success this season, with 13 goals in his 35 appearances and two assists. Flemming joined from Fortuna Sittard in the Dutch Eredivisie where he scored 24 times in his 61 appearances. The 24-year-old was named in the Championship team of the month for November after scoring four goals in the month.

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Jake Cooper

Since joining the club in July 2017, Cooper has been everpresent in Millwall’s back line, playing 257 times and scoring 23 times overall since joining from Reading. This season, he has played in every league game, the only player to do so and also captaining the side a few times. Cooper has also contributed at the other end of the pitch, scoring three and assisting two.

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Neil Warnock provided the latest update on team news in regular press conference which you can watch below via HTTV.


Town will be wearing their pink third kit for this fixture.

CLICK HERE to get your 2022/23 Umbro third kit for less than half price!

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Tickets are still on sale online – CLICK HERE.

Adults - £26
63s and over - £17
Armed Forces - £17
18-21 year-olds - £17
Under 18s - £15
Under 16s – £13
Under 12s - £8
Under 6s - £5

Tickets will be removed from sale at 2pm on Friday 17 March 2023.


Ambulant disabled tickets are priced at £26 with a carer free of charge.


Pay on the Day will be available at the Den on match day, Saturday 18 March 2023, but prices will increase by £3.

Supporters wishing to purchase concession tickets will need to provide proof of age.


Official coach travel is available for this fixture, costing £30 per person.

Coaches will depart from St Andrew’s Road car park at 8am on match day, Saturday 18 March 2023.

CLICK HERE to book your coach tickets.


Saturday 18 March has been declared RMT strike day and will affect southern services. South Bermondsey, the closest station to the Den will have NO train service on this day.

If you are travelling to the game on Saturday, please ensure you make other arrangements.


Away Supporters’ Entrance

Visiting supporters are either accomodated in the North Stand Upper Tier and/or North Stand Lower Tier, Millwall's wheelcahir area is loacted pitchside at the front of the Lower Tier,

Supporters will need to enter via Gate 5 and the Stadium opens an hour and 30 minutes prior to kick-off, so arrive in plenty of time.

Entering the Den & Bag Policy

All supporters over the age of 18 will be subject to searches. Supporters can bring an A4 sized bag or smaller into the stadium following a search.

Match Day Ticket Office

If supporters are collecting a match ticket, duplicate or have a query, please head to the away ticket office located within the away end compound.

Cashless Stadium

Cash is not accepted anywhere in the stadium. Major credit and debit cards as well as mobile payments such as Apple Pay and Google Pay will be accepted.

Flags and Banners

The Den will always try and be accomodating as possible with flags but cant allow the obstruction of gangways, access routes, entrances and exits.

Food, Drink & Kiosks

Away Supporters have their own designated bar in the away compound to purchase a drink before entering the stadium.

Inside the stadium you will be able to purchase alcoholic beverages, soft drinks, hot food and snacks.


Saturday’s match is available to listen to on iFollow HTAFC.

Town fans will also be able to listen to Saturday’s game through our live audio commentary by purchasing either a Monthly or an Audio Match Pass to tune in live. You can purchase a Monthly Pass for £4.49 or an audio Match Pass for £2.50.

CLICK HERE to sign up to iFollow HTAFC!

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Match Reports


18 March 2023

Ward goal secures a big away win for the Terriers!

- Millwall 0-1 Huddersfield Town
- A first away win since Neil Warnock’s return
- Danny Ward scores on his 400th league appearance

Town secured a first away win since Neil Warnock’s return after a performance full of discipline and determination at promotion-chasing Millwall, with Danny Ward scoring his first goal of 2023.

Ward emerged from the bench to make his 400th league appearance and netted the vital goal midway through the second half thanks to a first assist for winger Ben Jackson.

The Terriers stifled their hosts increasingly well as the game progressed and deserved the win for their efforts, rewarding the Town faithful who made the journey despite real national travel problems.

Neil Warnock set the team up differently for the game at the Den, with Matty Pearson coming in to replace Danny Ward and Rarmani Edmonds-Green pushing into midfield to keep a close eye on Millwall’s creator Zian Flemming.

The Lions are right in the promotion mix and you could see why, as they use their strengths well. Centre backs Jake Cooper and Charlie Cresswell, alongside others, offer real aerial threat, so they take every opportunity to deliver into the box from set pieces, including from Ryan Leonard’s long throw.

They had the first effort of the game inside five minutes as former Town man Murray Wallace, playing left back, got clear of Josh Koroma before pulling a good ball back to Andreas Voglsammer, who swept his first-time shot just over the crossbar.

One of Leonard’s long throws caused problems just two minutes later, falling to Cresswell. He cut in side from the left and tried his luck from around 20 yards, forcing Tomáš Vaclík to clear the ball with two fists.

The Town bench, led by Ronnie Jepson, were perplexed soon after when Cooper appeared to lead with his arm in an aerial challenge with Jack Rudoni, only for the referee to give the free-kick against the man in pink.

Cresswell had another speculative effort saved by Vaclík as play continued before Town’s first effort came in the 19th minute. A long kick from our goalkeeper fell into Rudoni’s path, and he advanced before letting fly from outside the box, forcing George Long to push his shot around his right-hand post.

Flemming managed to escape Rarmani’s attention on the half hour mark to play a one-two with Honeyman and advance within shooting range, but he sent his placed effort wide of goal. Cresswell and Honeyman tried further efforts from range without success, and then Tom Lees made an excellent sprawling block to deny a home player a clear shot at goal when well positioned at the back post.

Town were dealt a blow when Martyn Waghorn, who had probably enjoyed one of his best halves in our colours, was forced from the field through injury just before the interval, but there was still a big shout for a penalty in added time when his replacement Danny Ward nudged a defender under a long clearance, allowing Josh Koroma to beat Cooper to the ball. He steadied himself to shoot just as a challenge came in from behind, but referee Andy Davies waved away the appeals.

There was still time for Voglsammer to test Vaclík from range, but the Czech Republic international was easily equal to it.

Although the Lions had plenty of shots in the opening 45 minutes, Town’s defensive shape had largely restricted them to efforts from range, which will have pleased Warnock.

The second half continued in similar fashion, with Town frustrating the home side. Flemming blasted a couple of shots well off target from range as the home fans aired their frustration and Gary Rowett rang the chances, bringing on several attackers – only for the Terriers to break the deadlock.

The only goal came in the 67th minute thanks to some good work down both flanks. The initial move came down the right, with Koroma’s deflected cross being cleared by right back McNamara. Josh Ruffels did well to collect and find Ben Jackson down the line, who had enough pace to work the space for the cross. He hit the near post, where Ward was completely unmarked to sweep the ball over Long for his fourth goal of the campaign.

Town defended stoutly for the remainder of the game, again reducing Millwall to shots from range. Sub Oliver Burke fired well wide from an acute angle on the counter before Ryan Leonard’s powerful half volley was deflected wide by the boot of a defender.

Edmonds-Green did brilliantly to block an effort from substitute Esse in the area as the minutes ticked down.

Rowett then threw Cooper into attack for the seven minutes of added time, but the closest Millwall came was when sub Scott Malone hit the crossbar from a completely miscued cross from out wide.

Town’s team (4-5-1)
Tomáš Vaclík; Matty Pearson, Tom Lees, Michał Helik, Josh Ruffels; Josh Koroma, Jonathan Hogg (c), Rarmani Edmonds-Green, Jack Rudoni, Ben Jackson; Martyn Waghorn (Danny Ward, 45’)

Unused substitutes
Nicholas Bilokapic; Joseph Hungbo, David Kasumu, Etienne Camara, Tyreece Simpson, Brahima Diarra

Town bookings
Matty Pearson (37’), Martyn Waghorn (43’), Josh Koroma (62’)

Town are back in action when Middlesbrough visit the John Smith’s Stadium on 1 April – get your tickets online HERE!

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