Lineups

Crawley Town

( 4-4-2 )

  • 32. T. McGill

  • 5. J. McNerney

  • 6. T. Dallison

  • 24. T. Craig

  • 19. J. Tunnicliffe

  • 21. D. Bulman

  • 11. T. Frost

  • 12. N. Ferguson

  • 8. J. Powell

  • 23. S. Ashford

  • 10. A. Nadesan

Substitutes

  • 0. A. Jones

  • 18. D. Sesay

  • 3. J. Doherty

  • 39. J. Hessenthaler

  • 27. K. Salah-Edine

  • 26. B. Galach

  • 9. R. German

England - EFL Cup

14' S. Malone 14' Goal 14'   Malone S. Malone 31' J. Tunnicliffe 31' Own Goal 31'   Tunnicliffe J. Tunnicliffe 33' Sam Ashford 33' Goal 33'  Sam Ashford 59' M. Smith 59' Goal 59'   Smith M. Smith
Crawley Town

Crawley Town

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Millwall

Millwall

  • 14'
    0 - 1
  • 31'
    0 - 2
  • 33
    1 - 2
  • HT
    1 - 2
  • 59'
    1 - 3
  • Date: 05/09/2020
  • Time: 13:00
  • Venue: Broadfield Stadium
  • Referee: David Rock
Crawley Town v Millwall - Preview

Date published: 9/3/2020 8:25:45 PM

 Crawley Town v Millwall - Preview

Tom McGill and Jake Hessenthaler could feature for Crawley against Millwall

Brighton goalkeeper Tom McGill could feature in Crawley’s Carabao Cup first round clash with Millwall.

The Seagulls’ Under-23s stopper has returned to Crawley for a second loan stint, and will spend the season at the League Two club.

McGill joined Crawley on loan in January but the switch was cut short in March by the coronavirus lockdown.

New midfield recruit Jake Hessenthaler could also make his competitive debut, having made the switch from Grimsby.

Stoke midfielder Ryan Woods is back on loan at Millwall for the full season, in a boost to boss Gary Rowett’s options.

Midfielder Ben Thompson is fully fit to start the season for the Lions, having battled a torn hamstring across the back-end of last term.

Mahlon Romeo is expected to miss the Crawley trip with a knock, while Jiri Skalak is also sidelined with a minor issue.

Tottenham loan forward Troy Parrott is sidelined with a thigh injury, but would in any case have been on Republic of Ireland duty if fit.

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  • EFL Cup
  • Round 1
  • Broadfield Stadium
  • David Rock
  • 05 Sep, 13:00

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Lineups

Crawley Town
(4-4-2)
Millwall
(3-4-2-1)
  • 32. T. McGill

  • 5. J. McNerney

  • 6. T. Dallison

  • 24. T. Craig

  • 19. J. Tunnicliffe

  • 21. D. Bulman

  • 11. T. Frost

  • 12. N. Ferguson

  • 8. J. Powell

  • 23. S. Ashford

  • 10. A. Nadesan

Substitutes

  • 0. A. Jones

  • 18. D. Sesay

  • 3. J. Doherty

  • 39. J. Hessenthaler

  • 27. K. Salah-Edine

  • 26. B. Galach

  • 9. R. German

  • 33. B. Bialkowski

  • 14. S. Malone Goal

  • 4. S. Hutchinson

  • 3. M. Wallace

  • 5. J. Cooper

  • 8. B. Thompson

  • 19. R. Woods

  • 18. R. Leonard

  • 21. C. Mahoney

  • 10. M. Smith Goal

  • 20. M. Bennett

Substitutes

  • 41. J. Wright

  • 15. A. Pearce

  • 6. S. Williams

  • 7. J. Wallace

  • 26. J. Skalák

  • 32. T. Burey

  • 9. T. Bradshaw

 

       

         

         

         

         

         

Crawley Town v Millwall

    Crawley Town 1 - 3 Millwall - Match Report

    Date published: 9/5/2020 10:16:07 PM

    Gary Rowett hails performance as Millwall ease into Carabao Cup second round

    Scott Malone and Matt Smith were on target either side of an own goal by Jordan Tunnicliffe.

    Millwall boss Gary Rowett hailed a "comfortable performance" as the Lions eased into the second round of the Carabao Cup with a 3-1 victory over League Two Crawley.

    Scott Malone and Matt Smith were on target either side of an own goal by Jordan Tunnicliffe, while Sam Ashford replied in this behind-closed-doors match at the Broadfield Stadium.

    Left wing-back Malone – signed on a season-long loan from Derby – put Millwall on their way early on and Rowett felt his men went about their task in an excellent manner.

    He said: "Our mentality was excellent. It was a comfortable performance, we moved the ball really well and we scored three really good goals.

    "We need more goals from wing-backs. I'm thoroughly pleased with the performance – some bits I wasn't pleased with, but not many."

    Only Cardiff scored more goals from set-pieces than Millwall last season and, with two coming from set plays in this game, Rowett added: "It's nice to have options.

    "The back three were really composed and it's our aim to turn games when we win 1-0 into more convincing wins."

    Rowett was pleased that striker Smith – who was top scorer last season with 14 goals in his first campaign for the club – came through the 90 minutes.

    He added: "It was good that Smith got the minutes and we did a professional job. When we were a bit sloppy it was the only time we gave ourselves a problem."

    This was Crawley's first home defeat since head coach John Yems took charge in early December last year, and Yems was disappointed at the manner of the performance.

    He said: "It's disappointing to lose the game like we did. We got back in it at 2-1 when Sam Ashford scored, but Millwall are a Championship side and you can't afford not to be 100 per cent on your game.

    "Millwall are good at what they do to be fair to them and they kept the ball better than us – I hope they get promoted."

    As well as calling up Ashford, Yems gave debuts to defender Tony Craig and midfielder Tyler Frost, while 20-year-old goalkeeper Tom McGill, on loan from Brighton, replaced the injured Glenn Morris.

    Added Yems: "Millwall are a very good side and it was a compliment to our lads that we didn't go under.

    "It's nice to be back playing and it's all about the next game. It was a disappointing result but there are very fine margins. We gave away silly goals in my opinion."

    Lineups

    Millwall

    ( 3-4-2-1 )

    • 33. B. Bialkowski

    • 14. S. Malone Goal

    • 4. S. Hutchinson

    • 3. M. Wallace

    • 5. J. Cooper

    • 8. B. Thompson

    • 19. R. Woods

    • 18. R. Leonard

    • 21. C. Mahoney

    • 10. M. Smith Goal

    • 20. M. Bennett

    Substitutes

    • 41. J. Wright

    • 15. A. Pearce

    • 6. S. Williams

    • 7. J. Wallace

    • 26. J. Skalák

    • 32. T. Burey

    • 9. T. Bradshaw