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Millwall vs Cardiff City
Venue: The New Den
Date: Saturday 25th October 2014, 12.15pm KO


Cardiff City head to Millwall on Saturday with renewed confidence following two straight home wins under the leadership of Russell Slade. After ending the prolonged unbeaten runs of Forest and the Tractor Boys in the past seven days, City will be hoping to pick up all three points at the New Den. It's been eight games without a win for the Lions, after Ian Holloway's side started the season strongly.

Tickets for this match are still available. Please call 0845 345 1400 or buy tickets online now

  • Millwall's last victory over Cardiff City came all the way back in February 2005
  • The Lions haven't won in eight league games
  • City are aiming to pick up their first win on the road in the Championship this season
  • Russell Slade currently has a 100% win record from his first two matches in charge
  • Peter Whittingham and Federico Macheda both scored against Forest and Ipswich

Midfield dynamo Bailey has been a crucial member of the Millwall team since signing from Middlesbrough in summer 2013. Bailey cut his teeth in non-league football with Barnet, before moving into the Football League with the Bees. He left the club to join Southend before being picked up by Charlton Athletic in 2008. Nicky signed for Boro in 2010 for a substantial fee and spent three years with the club before moving on to the New Den. A tough tackling, all action midfielder, Bailey is known for giving his all for the cause.

ONE TO WATCH: Scott McDonald
31-year-old forward McDonald also joined the club from Middlesbrough in 2013, following a three year spell in the North East. The Australian shot into the spotlight with an impressive goal-scoring record in Scotland for Motherwell and Celtic. He has only scored once this season but should be considered a true goal threat should he get an opportunity in the penalty area.


Cardiff City: DLWDLW

Last time out: Cardiff City 3-1 Ipswich Town - Tuesday 21st October 2014, Sky Bet Championship
Cardiff City recorded their second consecutive win under new manager Russell Slade, with Peter Whittingham, Federico Macheda and Adam Le Fondre scoring for the hosts. This was City's first ever two-goal victory over the Tractor Boys, and the first ever loss for Ipswich at Cardiff City Stadium.

Cardiff City: Marshall, Brayford, S Morrison, Ecuele Manga, Fabio, Pilkington, Gunnarsson , Whittingham, Noone, Le Fondre (Maynard), Macheda (Ralls). Subs Not Used: Moore, Gabbidon, Kim, Connolly, Daehli.  

Millwall: WWWDDD

Last time out: Wigan Athletic 0-0 Millwall – Tuesday 21st October 2014, Sky Bet Championship
Wigan drew for the third home game in succession as they were held by a resolute Millwall side. Callum McManaman went closest, hitting the bar in the second half with Millwall goalkeeper David Forde beaten. The Lions' best chance fell to Ricardo Fuller, but the striker mis-controlled with just Scott Carson to beat in the Wigan goal.

Millwall: Forde, Wilkinson, Dunne, Webster, Malone, Woolford (Upson), Chaplow, McDonald, Martin (Briggs), Fuller, Gregory (Onyedinma). Subs Not Used: Shittu, Beevers, Powell, King.


2012/13: Saturday 29th December 2012, Championship: Cardiff City 1-0 Millwall
Cardiff City maintained their five-point lead at the top of the Championship thanks to a 1-0 victory over Millwall at Cardiff City Stadium. City scored the only goal of the match in the early stages of the first half and comfortably held their lead. The goal coming through Rudy Gestede, who was making his first start of the season, as he finished from a right-sided Craig Noone cross.

Cardiff City: Marshall, Taylor, Hudson, Turner, McNaughton, Whittingham, Conway, Cowie (Noone), Gunnarsson (Mutch), Gestede (Helguson), Bellamy. Subs Not Used: Lewis, Connolly, Kim, Mason.

Millwall: Forde, Shittu, Trotter, Henderson, Lowry, Henry, N'Guessan (Batt), Beevers, Smith, Abdou, Malone (Feeney). Subs Not Used: Taylor, Dunne, Wright, Smith, Osbourne.

Tickets for this match are still available. Please call 0845 345 1400 or buy tickets online now


Sales are available on the day. Cash and card sales at the North Stand Ticket Office, located next to the away end.

There will be no price increase on the day.

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