FT: Blackburn 0 Millwall 1

All over! Millwall are on their way to Wembley, and they just about deserve it after shading a clash low on chances. Wigan await the Londoners in a Wembley semi-final.

Chance! Should have been all over as Millwall break and Marquis tees up Taylor but, with the goal at his mercy he skies his effort over the bar.

Free-kick for Millwall on the edge of their own area to provide some respite.

Couple of long balls forward from Blackburn, but easily dealt with by Millwall.

Late chance for Blackburn as Nuno Gomes has a shot blocked before the follow-up is sliced wide. We're into a minimum of three added minutes.

Pedersen manages to get a cross in, but Shittu is there to head clear.

Blackburn on the attack, but they can't find a way through as the clock ticks round to the 90th minute.

Another huge Shittu clearance has Marquis chasing, but Hanley is on hand to nod it back to Kean.

Time really running out now for Blackburn as Shittu hammers a clearance upfield.

Hulse makes way after failing to take that chance to kill the tie off. John Marquis on in his place.

Hulse does brilliantly to flick the ball over Hanley's head and find his way into the Blackburn box, but the ball just won't sit down for him to get a shot away and Hanley recovers well to get a foot in and snuff out the threat.

Dann swings in a cross from the right. He gets it all wrong and just for a second the ball looks like it might finds its way into the top corner before ultimately sailing harmlessly over the bar.

Nuno Gomes overhits another long ball. Blackburn look short of ideas here.

Blackburn enjoying the bulk of the possession now, but Millwall comfortable.

Time running out for Blackburn. Forde has had little to do in the Millwall goal.

Mark Beevers picks up a booking as Nuno Gomes misplaces a pass to end a Blackburn break. Must've been an offence earlier in the move.

Taylor swings the ball into the penalty box, Dann heads clear.

Free-kick for Millwall on the right.

Anton Forrester replaces King for Blackburn to make his senior debut.

Millwall attack down the left, but it comes to nothing.

Free-kick to Blackburn just inside their own half.

Keogh's cross from the right headed clear by Dann.

Just seen a replay of that King incident in the penalty box. Lucky not to get booked.

Long throw from Pedersen is cleared and helped back into the box by Dunn. King goes down theatrically looking for a penalty. He doesn't get it. Good spell for the home side, though.

Trotter wriggles away from Pedersen in midfield but is dispossessed before he can get a shot away.

So close! Almost a sensational equaliser from Best, who saunters through the Millwall defence only to see his shot cleared off the line by Lowry.

Complete waste of the free-kick from Pedersen, sending the ball sailing over the Millwall penalty box and out for a goal-kick.

A foul on Olsson sees Keogh cautioned. Clattenburg's hand signals indicate that card's for an accumulation of fouls.

Cracking forward run from King, but Millwall eventually get numbers back to crowd him out, and Taylor's wholehearted challenge gets the ball out of play for a Blackburn throw.

Good spell of possession for Blackburn ends with a misplaced pass from Pedersen. Groans of frustration at Ewood Park.

Quiet spell in the game. Suits Millwall.

Blackburn can't profit from a free-kick on halfway.

Taylor's corner-kick is cleared and a potential Blackburn break is scuppered by a foul on Nuno Gomes.

Corner for Millwall on their left.

Pedersen's corner sent beyond the far post and kept alive by Dunn, but King's shot spins up in the air to be easily gathered by Forde.

Corner for Blackburn. Crowd trying to lift the home side.

Second half under way at Ewood Park. Nuno Gomes replaces Marcus Olsson for the hosts.

The half-time whistle blows as soon as the throw-in is taken, and Millwall will take a 1-0 lead into the second half thanks to Shittu's header.

Millwall ending the first half on the attack. They've got a throw-in level with the edge of the Blackburn area on the left.

Just a single added minute at the end of a first half that has exploded into life in the closing stages.

David Dunn follows Shittu into the book for a late challenge on the Millwall centre-back.

Shittu cautioned for taking his shirt off while celebrating that crucial goal.

GOAL - SHITTU! Taylor's corner finds Shittu unmarked to power a header past Kean and hand Millwall the lead with their first attempt on goal.

Taylor's corner breaks to N'Guessan. He's appealing for a penalty as his shot is blocked. The ball falls to Taylor, who wins another corner.

Lovely ball in from Taylor headed just wide. Last touch off a Blackburn head and Millwall have a corner.

Free-kick to Millwall wide on the right. Taylor to take it.

King picks up the ball 25 yards from goal and, with little support left or right he wins himself a yard before shooting over the bar. Still just the one shot on target in this first half.

Better spelll of possession here for Millwall, but it comes to nothing and Blackburn bring the ball clear.

Pass completion: Blackburn 57%, Millwall 54%. Stats aren't everything, but that tells a story.

Marcus Olsson clears for Blackburn, and wins a throw as the ball takes a touch off a Millwall man along the way.

Millwall manage to smuggle the ball clear, albeit unconvincingly.

The corner comes to nothing, but the home fans are starting to make more noise. Blackburn attack down the right and win a throw that Pedersen will launch into the danger area.

Martin Olsson wins a corner off Dunne and then exchanges angry words with the Millwall right-back. Not sure what that's all about, but Mark Clattenburg is over there quickly to calm the situation.

Danny Shittu slices a clearance out of play for a Rovers throw. Home fans delighted with that.

Good spell for Millwall. Taylor tries his luck from distance again, but again sends his shot the wrong side of the crossbar. Maybe after those two range-finders the third time will be the charm.

Free-kick for Millwall on half-time.

Almost a spot of confusion between defender and keeper for Blackburn, but the ball ends up safely in Kean's hands.

Nice run and shot from Chris Taylor, but his shot is always rising and goes over Kean's crossbar.

An attempt by the Olssons to link up down the left is halted by Mark Clattenburg's whistle as Martin grapples with Dunne.

Jake Kean in two minds about whether to come for a left-wing cross, but his indecision doesn't prove costly as the ball spins harmlessly behind for a goal-kick. He spreads his arms as if to indicate that everything was always under control.

Set-piece comes to nothing.

Quick feet take Joshua King past a couple of challenges before Keogh trips him to hand Blackburn a free-kick that will be aimed into the penalty area by Pedersen.

Ryan: "I fancy the Lions to pounce on the Rovers tonight & win 0-2 thanks to a brilliant brace from former R's man Rob Hulse!"

Corner routine from the training ground as Pedersen cuts the set-piece back to the edge of the box where Dunn is arriving to curl the ball just wide.

Corner for Blackburn as Best's shot from the edge of the box takes a nick off a Millwall leg. Blackburn's strikers getting some joy.

Rhodes shoots high over the bar from 25 yards.

Rob Hulse lashes the ball into the bottom corner of the Blackburn goal, but the flag had long since gone up for a borderline offside call.

Keogh penalised for a foul on Martin Olsson as they compete for the ball.

Another long ball aimed at Rhodes, but Millwall's centre-backs combine to snuff out the threat and clear the danger.

Long ball forward from Martin Olsson looking optimistically for the run of Rhodes, but Forde is able to shepherd the ball out of play.

First spell of possession for Millwall ends with a good cross from Alan Dunne after being played in by Andy Keogh, but Blackburn get the ball away via the head of David Dunn.

First meaningful attempt on target comes from Leon Best, cutting in from the left to fire a low shot that David Forde holds safely enough down to his right.

Cagey opening to this sixth-round replay, perhaps understandably given what's at stake.

Offside flag denies Jordan Rhodes.

Always worth stressing early on these occasions that this will be decided tonight, via extra-time and penalties if need be.

Blackburn get us under way after some exciting and dramatic music.

Send your thoughts on tonight's clash to Dave.Tickner@bskyb.com

Blackburn: Kean, Lowe, Dann, Grant Hanley, Martin Olsson, King, Pedersen, Dunn, Markus Olsson, Best, Rhodes. Subs: Sandomierski, Givet, Nuno Gomes, Forrester, Rekik, Goodwillie, O'Sullivan

Millwall: Forde, Dunne, Shittu, Beevers, Lowry, Chris Taylor, Trotter, Jack Smith, N'Guessan, Hulse, Keogh. Subs: Maik Taylor, Marquis, Tyson, Adam Smith, Abdou, Osborne, Saville

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