Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Millwall V Blackburn Live Streaming Npower Championship Match 23 -April 2313

Millwall V Blackburn Live Streaming Npower Championship Match 23 -April 2313.Chris Taylor and Shane Lowry will be absent as Kenny Jackett's Millwall look to secure their Championship future with victory over Blackburn. Winger Taylor is set to miss the last four games of the season with a groin injury while Lowry is suspended.Watch Millwall V Blackburn Live, Watch Millwall V Blackburn Live Stream, Watch Millwall V Blackburn Free Live Stream, Watch Millwall V Blackburn Online, Watch Millwall V Blackburn Online Free, Millwall V Blackburn Live, Millwall V Blackburn live stream Online. Blackburn, two points above the relegation zone, have Grant Hanley and Colin Kazim-Richards available. Both have missed the last two games through suspension but are now expected to earn immediate recalls. Millwall need three points from their last four games to secure a fourth successive campaign in the Championship. Rovers, whose remaining two games after this are at home to Crystal Palace and away to Birmingham, have lost their last six league games away from home. MATCH FACTS Head-to-head • This is the fourth meeting of these clubs this season, and Blackburn are yet to score. Millwall won the reverse league fixture in November 2-0, last month's FA Cup quarter-final at the New Den was goalless, and Danny Shittu netted the only goal in the replay. • Rovers are looking for a seventh win in nine league meetings with the Lions. • The stats are absolutely level in league games between the pair on Millwall turf, as both have won five, with five drawn. Victory for the home club would complete their first double over Blackburn in 42 years. Millwall • A win will secure a fourth successive campaign of Championship football for Millwall, and complete their third double of the season, and only maximum six-point return from a fellow lower-half club. • Kenny Jackett, the longest serving manager in the Championship, has seen his side lose three of their last four in all competitions, culminating in a 3-0 reverse to relegation-threatened Huddersfield at the John Smith's Stadium on Saturday. • The Lions, who have one win in five league outings, are playing the first of three successive home fixtures. They face Nottingham Forest on Saturday, and Crystal Palace the following Tuesday, and end the season at Derby on 4 May. Blackburn Rovers • Three points at the New Den, would leave Blackburn needing a maximum of two points from two remaining fixtures to confirm Championship football at Ewood Park next season. • Blackburn followed successive victories with a comprehensive 4-0 defeat to promotion chasing Watford on Saturday. • Rovers have lost their last six away league games, and have not won in eight on the road in this calendar year. • They only have four clubs below them in the table, and all their away wins have been against three of them; Bristol City, Peterborough, and most recently Barnsley, on 29 December. • Since Gary Bowyer was reappointed as caretaker manager on 28 March, the Ewood Park club have won two, drawn one, lost three. • Their remaining fixtures after this, are home to Crystal Palace on Saturday, and away to Birmingham seven days later.