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  • Date:16 Feb 2013
  • Kick-off:12:45
  • Venue:Kenilworth Road
  • Attendance:9,768
  • Henry (11) Hulse (35)
    N'Guessan (85) N'Guessan (85)
    N'Guessan (85)
Goal!

Live Commentary

93:42 +3.42

Andre Gray takes a shot. Save made by David Forde.

92:25 +2.25

Stuart Fleetwood takes the inswinging corner, Karleigh Osborne makes a clearance. Jon Shaw takes a shot. Save by David Forde. Corner taken by Jake Howells.

91:44 +1.44

Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Stuart Fleetwood by Mark Beevers. Mark Beevers shown a yellow card. Free kick crossed left-footed by Jake Howells from right wing, Karleigh Osborne makes a clearance.

91:05 +1.05

Stuart Fleetwood produces a right-footed shot from a long way out which goes wide right of the goal.

90:09 +0.09

Jonathan Smith gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Alan Dunne. Liam Trotter restarts play with the free kick.

88:04

James Henry goes off and Adam Smith comes on. Outswinging corner taken from the right by-line by Alex Lawless,

86:27

Free kick awarded for a foul by Andy Keogh on Alex Lawless. Andy Keogh shown a yellow card. Free kick taken by Mark Tyler.

85:11

Dany N'Guessan grabs a goal from close range low into the middle of the goal. Luton 0-3 Millwall.The assist for the goal came from John Marquis. John Marquis takes a shot. Mark Tyler makes a save.

83:28

Inswinging corner taken right-footed by James Henry, Greg Taylor manages to make a clearance.

83:19

The ball is sent over by James Henry, Janos Kovacs makes a clearance.

82:10

Scott Rendell delivers the ball, David Forde makes a save.

81:52

Jon Shaw produces a cross.

81:37

The ball is crossed by Jake Howells, Mark Beevers manages to make a clearance.

80:40

Dany N'Guessan challenges Scott Rendell unfairly and gives away a free kick. Free kick taken by Mark Tyler.

80:01

The referee blows for offside against Scott Rendell. Indirect free kick taken by David Forde.

79:40

Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Janos Kovacs by John Marquis. Direct free kick taken by Mark Tyler.

79:19

Effort from outside the area by Alex Lawless goes wide right of the goal.

78:52

Corner taken left-footed by Jake Howells, Alan Dunne manages to make a clearance.

78:35

John Marquis is flagged offside by the assistant referee. Mark Tyler restarts play with the free kick.

78:16

Alex Lawless gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on James Henry. Shane Lowry restarts play with the free kick.

77:58

Greg Taylor crosses the ball, Dany N'Guessan manages to make a clearance.

76:08

The ball is swung over by Shane Lowry.

74:41

Close range headed effort by Andy Keogh misses to the right of the goal.

74:09

Alan Dunne crosses the ball, Andy Keogh takes a shot. Fantastic save by Mark Tyler.

73:11

Scott Rendell is caught offside. Indirect free kick taken by David Forde.

72:21

Nadjim Abdou concedes a free kick for a foul on Alex Lawless. Mark Tyler takes the direct free kick.

70:29

Foul by Jonathan Smith on John Marquis, free kick awarded. Alan Dunne takes the direct free kick.

69:48

John Marquis joins the action as a substitute, replacing Rob Hulse.

69:02

The referee blows for offside. Mark Tyler takes the indirect free kick.

68:12

Jon Shaw on for Arnaud Mendy.

67:47

James Henry delivers the ball.

65:24

Dany N'Guessan takes a shot. Rob Hulse produces a right-footed shot from inside the area that clears the crossbar.

64:47

Effort from just outside the box by James Henry goes over the bar.

62:53

Ronnie Henry concedes a free kick for a foul on Andy Keogh. JJ O'Donnell leaves the field to be replaced by Stuart Fleetwood. James Henry delivers the ball from the free kick right-footed from right channel, save by Mark Tyler.

62:35

The ball is delivered by Andre Gray, save by David Forde.

61:11

Foul by James Henry on Greg Taylor, free kick awarded. Dany N'Guessan replaces Liam Feeney. Free kick taken by Mark Tyler.

60:19

Free kick awarded for a foul by Ronnie Henry on Andy Keogh. Direct free kick taken by Shane Lowry.

59:23

Greg Taylor produces a cross, clearance by Mark Beevers.

59:05

The ball is sent over by JJ O'Donnell, Karleigh Osborne manages to make a clearance.

58:10

The ball is delivered by Alex Lawless, David Forde makes a save.

57:47

Foul by Liam Feeney on Jake Howells, free kick awarded. Direct free kick taken by Jake Howells.

57:15

Andy Keogh has an effort at goal from outside the penalty box missing to the wide left of the goal.

54:33

Jake Howells takes the inswinging corner, Header from deep inside the area by Janos Kovacs goes harmlessly over the crossbar.

54:18

The ball is delivered by Andre Gray, blocked by Shane Lowry.

52:57

Foul by Scott Rendell on Alan Dunne, free kick awarded. Scott Rendell is cautioned by the ref for dissent. David Forde restarts play with the free kick.

52:13

Mark Beevers gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Andre Gray. Jake Howells crosses the ball in from the free kick, clearance made by Rob Hulse.

50:56

Rob Hulse gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Janos Kovacs. Mark Tyler restarts play with the free kick.

50:25

The ball is sent over by Alan Dunne, Janos Kovacs manages to make a clearance.

49:29

Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Scott Rendell by Liam Trotter. Alex Lawless takes the free kick.

47:32

Arnaud Mendy concedes a free kick for a foul on James Henry. The ball is swung over by James Henry, Header on goal by Mark Beevers from inside the box goes harmlessly over the target.

47:13 +2.13

Rob Hulse is adjudged to have handled the ball. Ronnie Henry takes the direct free kick.

47:05

Shane Lowry produces a cross, clearance by Jake Howells.

45:59 +0.59

Corner taken by Jake Howells.

44:51

The referee blows for offside against Janos Kovacs. Indirect free kick taken by David Forde.

43:51

Foul by Nadjim Abdou on Alex Lawless, free kick awarded. Free kick taken by Janos Kovacs.

43:38

The ball is sent over by James Henry, Ronnie Henry manages to make a clearance.

42:29

JJ O'Donnell concedes a free kick for a foul on James Henry. James Henry delivers the ball from the free kick right-footed from right wing, clearance by Scott Rendell.

38:07

Free kick awarded for a foul by Karleigh Osborne on Andre Gray. Free kick crossed right-footed by Alex Lawless, clearance made by Rob Hulse.

37:05

James Henry fouled by Jonathan Smith, the ref awards a free kick. Free kick taken by Shane Lowry.

35:49

Rob Hulse finds the back of the net with a goal from close in to the bottom right corner of the goal. Luton 0-2 Millwall.Assist on the goal came from James Henry.

34:12

Scott Rendell concedes a free kick for a foul on Shane Lowry. David Forde takes the free kick.

31:50

Jonathan Smith produces a left-footed shot from just outside the box that goes wide right of the target.

31:14

The ball is sent over by JJ O'Donnell, blocked by Mark Beevers.

29:52

James Henry takes a inswinging corner from the left by-line to the near post, clearance by Alex Lawless.

29:40

James Henry crosses the ball, blocked by Greg Taylor.

28:05

A cross is delivered by Jake Howells.

26:45

Effort on goal by Rob Hulse from just inside the area clears the bar.

26:25

The ball is swung over by Alan Dunne.

25:33

Jonathan Smith fouled by Andy Keogh, the ref awards a free kick. Free kick taken by Greg Taylor.

23:56

Arnaud Mendy concedes a free kick for a foul on Nadjim Abdou. Direct free kick taken by David Forde.

21:30

JJ O'Donnell challenges Nadjim Abdou unfairly and gives away a free kick. Free kick taken by Shane Lowry.

20:44

The ball is crossed by JJ O'Donnell, save made by David Forde.

19:31

The referee blows for offside against Rob Hulse. Mark Tyler takes the indirect free kick.

18:07

The ball is crossed by Greg Taylor, save by David Forde.

16:45

Arnaud Mendy takes a shot. David Forde makes a save.

16:08

Foul by Liam Trotter on Jonathan Smith, free kick awarded. Free kick taken by Ronnie Henry.

14:19

Corner from the left by-line taken by Alex Lawless, save made by David Forde.

11:12

James Henry fires in a goal from inside the six-yard box low into the middle of the goal. Luton 0-1 Millwall.

7:40

Unfair challenge on Karleigh Osborne by Scott Rendell results in a free kick. Free kick taken by David Forde.

6:31

Liam Feeney delivers the ball, Rob Hulse takes a shot.

5:39

Inswinging corner taken right-footed by Alex Lawless from the left by-line, save by David Forde.

5:19

Andre Gray takes a shot. Save by David Forde.

4:00

Free kick awarded for a foul by Andy Keogh on Jonathan Smith. Mark Tyler takes the free kick.

3:33

Centre by JJ O'Donnell, David Forde makes a save.

2:49

Shot by Rob Hulse from deep inside the penalty area misses to the right of the goal.

2:17

Andre Gray takes a shot. Save by David Forde.

Match Preview

Rendell aiming for Giggs showdown Luton's FA Cup hero Scott Rendell hopes his team can overcome Millwall so he stands a chance of lining up against his boyhood idol Ryan Giggs in the quarter-finals. Rendell fired Luton to the biggest shock of the fourth round last month when he scored the winner for the conference side against Barclays Premier League outfit Norwich at Carrow Road. Victory for Luton tomorrow will make them the first non-league team to reach the quarter-final of the world's most famous cup competition in 99 years. Rendell did his best to insist Luton were not thinking past this game, but he could not help but let his mind wander when asked about the prospect of a potential quarter-final meeting with Manchester United, the team who the striker has supported all his life. "I am a United fan so I'd love to play them in the next round," Rendell said. "If we do get past Millwall then I will be sitting on the edge of my seat to see if we draw United. My favourite memory of the FA Cup growing up was watching that Ryan Giggs semi-final goal against Arsenal. It was just a fantastic moment and it just gave me hope as a kid to emulate him and do something similar." There is no reason to suggest that should Luton, finalists in 1959, can not reach a Wembley semi-final if they beat an out-of-sorts Millwall and get a favourable draw in the last eight. After all, shocks have become the norm in domestic cup competitions this year. Norwich, Liverpool, Aston Villa and Tottenham have all bowed out of the FA Cup to lower league opposition, but the biggest giant-killings have come in the Capital One Cup courtesy of npower League Two side Bradford. Rendell admits the Yorkshire club's exploits in the League Cup, where they knocked out Arsenal and Aston Villa, mean this game against a team sitting 67 places below them in the league suddenly becomes less daunting. "They are an inspiration to us," the 26-year-old added. "Look at the teams they have beaten. They went and beat Aston Villa over two legs. It proves that it can be done. "It showed you can beat anyone on your day like we did against Norwich. "We weren't massively outclassed against Norwich so the boys have nothing to fear against Millwall. "There is definitely a feeling in the squad that we can pull off another shock. We have beaten Wolves at home, we beat Norwich away so why can't we beat Millwall here?" Luton boss Paul Buckle will again be forced into a reshuffle for the tie. Defenders Simon Ainge and Steve McNulty and midfielders Dave Martin and Scott Neilson are all cup-tied and will not take part. Simon Hackney could make his debut, though, after joining on a free transfer earlier this week. JJ O'Donnell, Matt Robinson and Greg Taylor are all expected to be involved as Buckle looks to fill the gaps. No one at Millwall will underestimate the challenge of facing the Hatters, according to manager Kenny Jackett. The two sides meet in a repeat of the 1985 FA Cup quarter-final clash which was marred by crowd problems and hooliganism and led to a blanket ban on away supporters by Luton which lasted for four years. Despite facing a side three divisions below them in the league pyramid, Jackett is expecting a close game at Kenilworth Road. "We won't be underestimating Luton in any way, shape or form when you see them beating the calibre of Norwich and Wolves this season," he told Press Association Sport. "It (Norwich) was a great win, I've watched the game and Luton went to Carrow Road and they played very, very well on the day. "It was a fantastic performance, they got their goal when they needed to and defended well." Jackett believes, with the right application, Millwall can put themselves in a great position to secure a place in the last eight. He said: "What we have to do is recognise this opportunity and do our homework, make sure that in no way do we underestimate our opponents, which we don't do. "After that we have to put on a performance that gives us the best chance of getting through. "We understand it is cup football and it's all on the day and a one-off occasion, but performances generally look after results. "We have to concentrate, stay level-headed and identify the key things we do well and if we do that then the performance I'm sure will be fine. "It is dangerous to do that. You just have to focus on the next game and it is a tough game." Jackett will be without cup-tied duo Benik Afobe and Martyn Woolford.

Formation:442Manager: Paul Buckle

Luton

Formation: 442Manager: Kenny Jackett

Millwall

  • Mark Tyler
  • Greg Taylor
  • Ronnie Henry
  • Janos Kovacs
  • Jake Howells
  • Alex Lawless
  • Jonathan Smith
  • Arnaud Mendy
  • JJ O'Donnell
  • Scott Rendell
  • Andre Gray
  • SUBS
  • Dean Brill
  • Jon Shaw
  • Stuart Fleetwood
  • Alex Lacey
  • Matt Robinson
  • Jake Woolley
  • Brett Longden

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