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Vital QPR takes a look at this weekend's opponents Millwall

Facts & Figures

Founded: 1885

Nickname: The Lions

Ground: The Den (20,146)

Manager : Kenny Jackett

Selected Honours

FA Cup - Runners Up: 2004

Football League Division Two - Winners: 1987-88

Football League Second Division - Winners: 2000-01
Football League One Playoffs - Winners - 2009-10
Football League One Playoffs - Runners Up - 2008-09

Football League Third Division (South): Winners: 1927-28, 1937-38

Auto Windscreen Shield - Runners Up: 1998-99

Club Records

Record Attendance: 48,672 v Derby County (New Den, 1937)

Record victory: 9-1 v Torquay United (Division Three (South) 29.08.1927

Record defeat: 1-8 v Plymouth Argyle (Division Two, 16.01.1932)

Record Buy Paul Goddard - £800,000 from Derby County

Record Sale: Mark Kennedy - £2,300,000 to Liverpool

Record Appearances: Barry Kitchener - 602

Record Goals: Neil Harris - 135

Squad

Goalkeepers:
1. David Forde
13. John Sullivan
(On loan to Yeovil)
23. Steve Mildenhall

Defenders:
2. Alan Dunne
3. Andy Frampton
(On loan to Leyton Orient)
5. Paul Robinson
15. Tony Craig
16. Scott Barron
17. Tamika Mkandawire
18. Darren Ward
21. Jack Smith
27. Pat O`Connor

Midfielders:
4. Darren Carter
6. Liam Trotter
7. Danny Schofield
12. Chris Hackett
14. James Henry
19. Ashley Grimes
24. Marc Laird
26. Nadjim Abdou

Strikers:
9. Neil Harris
10. Lewis Grabban
11. Shaun Batt
20. Steve Morison
22. Kevin Lisbie
(On loan from Ipswich)
25. Theo Robinson
(On loan from Huddersfield)
32. John Marquis

Key Players:

Steve Morison: After signing from then non-league outfit Stevenage Morison had an extremely impressive first season with Millwall scoring 21 goals in 46 games and was the club`s top scorer. Morison has continued last season`s form with 4 goals in 8 in this campaign. Morison`s high work-rate and intelligent link-up play make him the ideal target man and with goals in his locker too he is one of the most complete centre forwards in the league. His impressive league form earned him international recognition and has represented Wales twice.

Paul Robinson : Club captain and fan favourite Paul Robinson has been at the club since 2001 and has made around 250 appearances for the Lions. The commanding centre back scored the winning goal in the play-off final against Swindon cementing a place in the club`s history. This season Robinson has played in every league game so far and has scored 1 goal.

Last Five Fixtures

Loss: 1-2 v Cardiff (a)
Loss: 1-2 v Ipswich (h)
Loss: 1-6 v Watford (h)
Draw: 0-0 v Reading (h)
Draw: 1-1 v Nottm Forest (a)

Last Five Fixtures v QPR

QPR 1-0 Millwall on 11th Feb 06
Millwall 1-1 QPR on 27th Sept 05
Millwall 0-0 QPR on 5th Feb 05
QPR 1-1 Millwall on 2nd Nov 04
QPR 1-0 Millwall on 18th Feb 95




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Writer:JackSupple
Date:Tuesday September 28 2010
Time: 9:00AM

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