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Manager Ian Holloway remains convinced that Millwall can avoid relegation from the Sky Bet Championship.

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Ian Holloway: Feels the club can avoid relegation

Ian Holloway: Feels the club can avoid relegation

The Lions are now second from bottom, two points from safety, following Saturday's 2-2 draw at home to Blackburn.

They have just seven games to save themselves, starting with two tricky trips to play-off hopefuls Nottingham Forest and Wigan.

But Holloway insisted: "We've still got a chance.

"We have to get five wins from our last seven games. There are two tough away matches coming up against Forest and Wigan, but we went to Derby and got a win so why can't we do it again?

"We will keep fighting and believing and I won't stop encouraging these players."

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