FT: Millwall 0 Blackburn 0

The referee blows his whistle to end the match. No goals arrived at the New Den so Blackburn will now host Millwall at Ewood Park for the right to play in the FA Cup semi-finals.

Dunn's cross from the left goes narrowly over the head of Rhodes and behind for a goal-kick.

Great work from Dunne to stop Best with a strong challenge on the edge of the box.

We are in the first of three minutes of additional time.

There is another scuffle as Hanley and Keogh fail to get on. The referee sorts it out by booking both players.

Hanley heads the ball away from Hulse as Millwall look the more likely side to provide us with some late drama.

This is Gomes' first ever appearance in the FA Cup. Can he make it count with a late winner?

Blackburn make their final change of the game with Nuno Gomes replacing King.

N'Guessan sends a curved effort over the bar from the edge of the box. Millwall have certainly had chances to find the back of the net today.

Shittu's latest powerful effort is parried by Kean and the goalkeeper knocks the ball against Hulse as Millwall look to follow up. Goal-kick to Blackburn.

Taylor's corner from the right is headed away by Dann. Millwall work the ball back into the Blackburn box and Pedersen is forced to scramble clear.

Best becomes the latest man to be booked today.

A spell of Millwall possession ends with the ball given away far too cheaply.

Blackburn hit the post from the resulting corner as King's looping header bounces off the left hand post of Forde's goal and away from danger.

Now Blackburn start to create some pressure as a volley from Rhodes is deflected behind for a corner.

Pedersen's next corner from the left is punched away by Forde for a throw on the opposite flank.

The first corner from Pedersen goes behind for another flag-kick off Taylor.

Blackburn win a corner as Dunn knocks the ball behind off the legs of Smith.

Dunne runs the ball out of play as he looks to find space down the right.

Best is caught offside as he looks to find space behind the Millwall defence. Should see some more changes soon as this match nears the final stages.

N'Guessan concedes a free-kick in a challenge with Pedersen on the halfway line.

N'Guessan can't get a proper connection on Keogh's next cross from the right as his header goes well wide of goal.

Dunne's cross from the right is headed wide by Keogh at the far post. Millwall continue to create chances.

Will be interesting to see if Blackburn are now able to start a spell of pressure. Millwall have been dominating but still we remain without a goal.

Keogh's cross from the right is headed straight at Kean by Hulse.

Keogh concedes a free-kick after tangling with Hanley deep in the Blackburn half. Millwall are on the front foot at the moment but they haven't made it count.

Hulse sees his looping header from the edge of the box gathered by Kean.

Bentley is back on the field after that treatment earlier.

Just seeing a replay now of that great chance for Hulse. He really should have scored what was a simple opportunity.

Bentley is off the field to get some treatment. Looks like he will be fine to continue when all is sorted.

Hulse misses a great chance to put Millwall ahead. He only had Kean to beat from six yards but he somehow managed to send the ball over the bar.

The resulting corner from the left falls to Shittu at the far post but his header goes wide.

Shittu sees his superb driven effort from 45 yards tipped over the bar by Kean. That was a great strike from the Millwall captain.

Bentley sends his corner to Pedersen on the edge of the box and the ball is fired high, high over the bar.

King's cross from the left is headed away from Best by Lowry at the far post. The next cross is turned behind for a corner as Blackburn push for the opening goal of the contest.

Pedersen's free-kick from the right is cleared by the Millwall defence. Blackburn are asking a few more attacking questions in this half.

Lowry takes Bentley down with a hefty challenge and rightly becomes the latest player to be booked.

Still all to play for in this tie. The teams will have to meet again at Ewood Park is today's match finishes level.

Keogh sees his weak effort from the edge of the box easily gathered by Kean.

David Dunn takes over from Orr for Blackburn.

Looks like Orr - who came on as a sub during the first half - is going to have to be replaced. He is leaving the field with the Blackburn physio.

Rhodes sends a close-range effort just over the bar as Blackburn make a brighter start to this half.

Blackburn win a free-kick on the edge of their own box as Marcus Olsson is bundled over by Hulse.

Here we go again!

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The referee brings the first half to an end. Millwall have enjoyed the better of things but we still wait for a goal.

There will be two minutes of additional time.

We have yet to see any shots in target during this half. Millwall are the better side but Kean hasn't needed to produce a save yet - although Keogh's header against the post was close.

N'Guessan cuts in from the left flank and sends a wild effort high and wide of goal. Not the closest Millwall have come in this half.

Millwall will be disappointed they have failed ti turn this dominance into a goal. Blackburn remain level at 0-0.

Millwall go so close to taking the lead as Andy Keogh sends a header against the left hand post of Kean's goal from close-range. The Blackburn goalkeeper was beaten.

Lowry's free-kick is headed away by Dann. Blackburn's defence continue to have work to do.

Lowry wins a free-kick on the left flank after a tangle with Bentley.

Will be interesting to see if that change helps change the match for Blackburn. They have been second best for a fair bit of the contest and need to do a bit more.

Bradley Orr is the man to replace Henley for Blackburn.

Looks like Adam Henley's match is over as he is forced to leave the field through injury.

Taylor's cross from the left is collected by Kean inside his six-yard box. The Millwall midfielder is very lively at the moment.

Millwall will be pleased with how they have dominated in the last five minutes. They are on the front foot.

Dunne sends a half-volley wide of goal from the edge of goal.

Trotter sees his driven effort saved by Kean. Millwall well on top at the moment.

Hulse heads the ball home but the goal is rightly ruled out. Kean couldn't reach the corner from the right as he was being pushed by N'Guessan.

Shane Lowry's free-kick forward is headed behind for a corner by Grant Hanley.

Jason Lowe is booked for blocking off Taylor. The match is becoming very scrappy.

Pedersen's long ball forward is headed back to Forde by Beeves as Rhodes looked to run clear.

Olsson quickly becomes the second player to be booked today. He stopped Millwall taking a quick free-kick in their own half.

Bentley takes the free-kick but it goes straight in the wall and Millwall clear.

Beevers becomes the first player to be booked today as he pulls the shirt of Best 30 yards from goal.

Trotter tries his luck from the edge of the box but his curving effort goes just wide of Kean's left hand post. This is better from Millwall.

Kean punches the ball away from Shittu as Millwall launch a free-kick forward. The Blackburn goalkeeper has been busy in the last few minutes.

A punch from Kean falls to Alan Dunne on the edge of the box but the Millwall midfielder sends a weak effort wide.

The free-kick doesn't cause any problems for Blackburn as Marcus Olsson clears the danger.

Dann concedes a free-kick in the next aerial challenge with Hulse. A few people could see that one coming.

The rain is falling pretty hard now at the New Den as Dann returns to the field. Will be interesting to see how the teams cope with the conditions if the bad weather continues.

Play continues but Dann is still receiving treatment on the sidelines.

Rob Hulse strikes Scott Dann with his arm in an aerial collision. The Blackburn defender is bleeding but there was no intent from the Millwall forward.

Blackburn have enjoyed just about the better of this match so far but nothing to worry Millwall goalkeeper David Forde.

Joshua King takes a tumble in a challenge with Liam Trotter to win Blackburn a free-kick inside their own half.

Morten Gamst Pedersen's free-kick from the halfway line is overhit and goes behind for a goal-kick. Not a vintage moment from the Blackburn midfielder.

Best and Shittu battle down the right flank but the ball escapes them both to go behind for a goal-kick. Not too much of note in the match so far.

A long ball forward can't find Leon Best and Mark Beevers is easily able to head the ball clear.

N'Guessan finds space on the left but his cross goes straight out of play for a throw-in on the opposite flank.

Blackburn work the ball back to Jake Kean after a spell of possession.

This contest has been even so far. Plenty of battling in the midfield.

Taylor's free-kick from the left is headed clear. Quick tempo at the start of this match.

Chris Taylor is bundled to the ground on the left to give Millwall a free-kick.

A little bit of a panic for Millwall as Jordan Rhodes gets close to goal. The danger is cleared as Danny Shittu produces a strong challenge.

Dany N'Guessan can't keep the ball in play to give Blackburn the first goal-kick of the match.

Here we go!

The players are on the field as we get the pre-match handshakes out of the way.

Not long until we get started now. Which Championship side will be in the FA Cup semi-finals?

Millwall are 13/10 with Sky Bet to win this match, Blackburn are 2/1 and the draw can be backed at 12/5. There are price boosts for Millwall to win 3-0 at 25/1, Liam Trotter to score first at 10/1, Blackburn to win 3-1 at 25/1 and Jordan Rhodes to score first at 5/1. Click here to place your bets with Sky Bet!

Here are some more details about the teams: Millwall manager Kenny Jackett makes six changes to his side. Jackett had said he would consider a number of alterations following Tuesday night's defeat at home to Wolves and he introduces Alan Dunne, Jack Smith, Liam Trotter, Dany N'Guessan, Andy Keogh and Rob Hulse. Rovers boss Michael Appleton recalls David Bentley and Joshua King and hands Leon Best his full debut after the former Newcastle man missed the opening half of the season with a serious knee injury.

The teams are in - Millwall: Forde, Dunne, Shittu, Beevers, Lowry, J. Smith, Trotter, C. Taylor, N'Guessan, Keogh, Hulse Subs: M. Taylor, A. Smith, Osborne, Abdou, Saville, Feeney, Marquis

Blackburn: Kean, Henley, Dann, Hanley, Marcus Olsson, Bentley, Lowe, Pedersen, King, Best, Rhodes Subs: Sandomierski, Orr, Givet, Dunn, Nuno Gomes, Rekik, Goodwillie.

Welcome to our coverage of the FA Cup quarter-final clash between Millwall and Blackburn. Wigan and Manchester City have already booked places in the last four and now we wait to see which Championship side will join them. Thoughts on the contest to nick.hext@bskyb.com.

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