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Liam Feeney gets on the score sheet with a goal from outside the area to the top right corner of the goal. Southampton 2-3 Millwall.
Unfair challenge on Ryan Mason by Jose Fonte results in a free kick. Direct free kick taken by Liam Trotter.
Unfair challenge on Darren Ward by Lee Barnard results in a free kick. David Forde takes the free kick.
Ben Reeves fouled by Scott Barron, the ref awards a free kick. Free kick taken by Jose Fonte.
The ball is swung over by James Henry.
Adam Lallana delivers the ball, Lee Barnard takes a shot. Tony Craig gets a block in.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Alan Dunne on Lee Barnard. Direct free kick taken by Adam Lallana.
Dean Hammond concedes a free kick for a foul on Liam Trotter. James Henry takes the free kick.
(Millwall) makes a substitution, with Liam Feeney coming on for Dany N'Guessan.
Dany N'Guessan has an effort at goal from outside the box which goes wide right of the goal.
The referee blows for offside against Ben Reeves. David Forde takes the indirect free kick.
The ball is sent over by Dan Harding, David Forde makes a save.
Dany N'Guessan scores a headed goal from inside the six-yard box. Southampton 2-2 Millwall.Assist on the goal came from James Henry.
Lee Barnard joins the action as a substitute, replacing Steve De Ridder.
Richard Lambert gets on the score sheet with a goal from the edge of the penalty area to the bottom right corner of the goal. Southampton 2-1 Millwall.
Liam Trotter gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Adam Lallana. Direct free kick taken by Bartosz Bialkowski.
Harry Kane takes a shot. Save by Bartosz Bialkowski. Corner taken by Liam Trotter.
Foul by Dany N'Guessan on Frazer Richardson, free kick awarded. Jose Fonte takes the free kick.
Shot from just outside the box by Frazer Richardson misses to the right of the goal.
The ball is delivered by Frazer Richardson.
The official flags Harry Kane offside. Jose Fonte takes the free kick.
Outswinging corner taken right-footed by James Henry from the right by-line.
The ball is sent over by James Henry, Dean Hammond gets a block in.
Corner taken by Adam Lallana from the left by-line, save by David Forde.
Adam Lallana takes a shot. Save by David Forde.
Adam Lallana produces a cross, Dan Harding takes a shot. Blocked by Darren Ward.
Tadanari Lee produces a cross, clearance by Tony Craig.
The ball is delivered by James Henry, clearance made by Aaron Martin.
Alan Dunne produces a cross, clearance by Aaron Martin.
Shot from just outside the penalty box by Richard Lambert misses to the left of the target.
Tadanari Lee has an effort at goal from deep inside the area missing to the left of the target.
The ball is swung over by Adam Lallana, Tony Craig manages to make a clearance.
Ben Reeves is brought on as a substitute for Richard Chaplow.
Centre by Scott Barron, Dany N'Guessan has a headed effort at goal from close range which goes wide of the left-hand upright.
Steve De Ridder takes a shot. Dany N'Guessan gets a block in.
Harry Kane takes a shot from long distance which goes wide of the right-hand post.
Adkins to make changes
Richard Chaplow and Tadanari Lee will be in the Southampton starting line-up for the FA Cup replay against Millwall.
Boss Nigel Adkins has confirmed Chaplow will make his comeback from a knee injury in midfield and Japan forward Lee will be handed a full debut up front.
New striker Billy Sharp is ineligible, Tottenham loanee Iago Falque is cup-tied, centre-half Jos Hooiveld has a hamstring injury and full-back Danny Fox is suspended after he was sent off at Birmingham on Saturday.
Adkins will make changes with Bartosz Bialkowski set to start in goal and Radhi Jaidi, Dan Harding, Lee Holmes and Lee Barnard likely to be involved along with youngsters Luke Shaw, James Ward-Prowse, Ben Reeves and Jack Stephens.
Millwall are set to be without their captain Paul Robinson.
The defender is close to recovering from a thigh injury but is more likely to return in the Championship clash with Derby on Saturday.
Striker Andy Keogh, the deadline-day signing from Wolves, is ineligible as he was not registered when the sides drew 1-1 in the original tie last weekend so Tottenham loanee Harry Kane or former Saint Dany N'Guessan will start up front.
Tony Craig, Chris Hackett, James Henry and John Marquis could be added to the squad after missing out at West Ham on Saturday but Hamer Bouazza, Jordan Stewart (both groin), Tamika Mkandawire (knee) and Therry Racon (ankle) are still out.
Feeney stuns Saints
Substitute Liam Feeney propelled Millwall into the FA Cup fifth round by netting a superb stoppage-time goal as they beat Southampton 3-2 in a replay.
The 25-year-old's last-gasp effort proved the difference against the npower Championship promotion-chasers at St Mary's and sets up a home tie with Bolton.
Millwall started the match strongly and broke the deadlock after 17 minutes when Liam Trotter struck home from close range.
Adam Lallana pegged the visitors back with a superb solo goal and after the break substitute Rickie Lambert fired Southampton into the lead.
For all of the home side's attacking intent, goalkeeper Bartosz Bialkowski was being called into action regularly and was beaten by former Saints loanee Dany N'Guessan with 11 minutes remaining.
The match looked to be heading for extra time until Feeney cut in from the left to curl in a stunning winner in stoppage time.
Southampton manager Nigel Adkins made six changes the fourth-round replay, including Richard Chaplow making his first appearance since late November after a knee injury.
Millwall made seven alterations as Kenny Jackett also chose to give his fringe players a run out.
Aside from a miscued Steve de Ridder effort inside 70 seconds, the opening exchanges were peppered with mistakes and poor play.
Millwall were the first team to enjoy a spell of dominance and it paid off in the 17th minute as Trotter fired home what looked to be a deflected effort from the edge of the box.
The south Londoners were looking dangerous and should have doubled their advantage shortly afterwards when Ryan Mason got behind the backline, only to curl a shot into the side netting.
N'Guessan fired into the side-netting as Millwall continued to press, before Lallana fashioned an equaliser in the 35th minute against the run of play.
The 23-year-old showed individual skill that belied the home side's scrappy performance as he danced past the visitors' defence to fire past David Forde.
The goal spurred Saints into life and, after Tadanari Lee almost connected with a driven Chaplow cross, they came close to taking the lead.
De Ridder's right-wing cross was met by a Guly do Prado header that forced Forde into a sublime parried save that Lallana blasted over.
Saints continued to press in the second half as Lee fired just wide, before winning a free-kick wide on the left from which Lallana managed to strike the bar.
Millwall, though, were still providing a threat and Saints had Bialkowski to thank for keeping the scores level, stopping James Henry and Trotter.
Saints returned to the attack after a brief period under the cosh, with Lee, substitute Lambert and Lallana all coming close.
While Bialkowski had to be on his toes to stop a Harry Kane effort at the other end, Saints were dominating and took the lead when Lambert fired home inside the box in the 77th minute.
Adkins' side looked all but set for progression before N'Guessan headed home a superb Henry cross two minutes later.
Substitute Ben Reeves had a goal ruled out for offside as Saints pushed for a winner, which was secured by their opponents as Feeney struck home late on.
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