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Millwall v Blackpool

JJ1532

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5th from top meets 4th from bottom at the Den tomorrow. Big game for both sides.

Millwall are in form, but I do they have a tendency to drop points, mostly at home. That surely is backed up by their 7-3-7 home record in the league. I know 4 of those losses came to start the season, but still, do think Millwall can be slightly suspect at home.

Blackpool though have lost all form at the moment, only winning 1 of their last 8 games. They also have the worst away record in the league, picking up just 10 points from a possible 48.

Millwall slowly working their way up the table, Blackpool out of form and with a terrible away record. Only one winner right? Yeah, I can see Blackpool pinching it, would be classic Millwall at home.

Form:
Millwall: WWLWDD
Blackpool: WLDLLD

Recent meetings:
05 Nov 2011 Blackpool 1-0 Millwall League Championship
28 Apr 2012 Millwall 2-2 Blackpool League Championship
18 Aug 2012 Millwall 0-2 Blackpool League Championship
09 Feb 2013 Blackpool 2-1 Millwall League Championship
17 Sep 2013 Millwall 3-1 Blackpool League Championship
11 Mar 2014 Blackpool 1-0 Millwall League Championship
30 Aug 2014 Millwall 2-1 Blackpool League Championship
10 Jan 2015 Blackpool 1-0 Millwall League Championship
20 Oct 2015 Blackpool 1-1 Millwall League One
 

Etienne Vermeer

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Well yeah, it would be just like us to play so well against the consensus best team in the league, followed by losing at home to Blackpool.
 

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Good luck today boys

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It hasn't been a linear progression, but the home performances are getting substantially better as the season goes along. I think we'll draw again today and the neutral will criticise our promotion credentials, but we were never serious contenders -- consolidation was the target and if we get top-six we'll be a year ahead of schedule.
 

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Make the play off's and earn some extra money maybe even another day at Wembley and see what happens!
 

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Sounded pretty routine. Results have gone our way recently. A couple of good results vs Swindon and Sheffield United and play-offs should be sewn-up.
 

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Sounded pretty routine. Results have gone our way recently. A couple of good results vs Swindon and Sheffield United and play-offs should be sewn-up.
Finally - "routine" home wins have been hard to come by this season. Still, getting them at the right time of year.
 

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League Two Lashers, nice ring to it.
 

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