Last Updated: 23/03/10 5:12pm
That's it! The full-time whistle goes and Millwall have emerged from Elland Road with a fully-deserved 2-0 success. Thanks for tuning into skysports.com's commentary. Stay with us for post-match reaction from both camps.
Half a sight of goal for Howson after a surging run, but it looked like he did not know what to do with the ball in a decent position.
One minute to go and Millwall will be taking home an invaluable three points back to London. Their hoodoo over Leeds continues.
Very little happening here. Millwall are just seeing time out. Leeds fans have seen enough and are heading to the exits.
Howson does well to work some space outside Millwall's penalty area but his shot is poor. Leeds shooting has been pretty woeful all night.
Some more dreadful defending from Leeds. He skips past Hughes, Bromby and Naylor before beating Ankergren at his near post. That should be that.
Good run by Snodgrass, but his through-ball is just out of reach of Dickov and Gradel in the middle.
Another glorious chance for the visitors. Morison crosses in the box, but the on-rushing Hackett skies his shot over. The Lions will be kicking themselves if they don't win this one.
That should have been the game! Leeds are throwing everyone forward and Millwall hit the home side on the break. Morison is clean through, but takes the ball just a touch wide before firing wide of Ankergren's goal. A second goal would kill this game off.
Becchio goes down in the penalty area, but Foy waves away their half-hearted appeals. Leeds are pilling on the pressure, although Forde has still had very little to do.
It's all Leeds at the moment, but their final ball and touch inside Millwall's area is letting the visitors off the hook. The Lions are now looking to counter-attack.
Great move by Leeds. Dickov gets in behind Millwall and he picks out Snodgrass who sends his shot well over. He should have done better.
Hackett gets in behind Leeds' defence from a throw-in, however, his cross is gathered by Ankergren at his near post.
Superb run from Schofield. He nearly has a sight of goal but a fine last-ditch tackle from Naylor prevents Leeds any further embarrassment.
Leeds have a corner, but before it is taken Dickov seems to stamp on Forde's ankle. The ref didn't see it, although he gave the pair a talking to.
Lisa in Scarborough - hoping to see Max Gradel introduced before too long - he really impressed me when I saw him in his loan spell - but doesn't seem to have been used much since being signed!
Forde saved the ball with his foot there and he seems to have picked up a slight knock. He's soldiering on for now.
Leeds need to keep their cool under pressure, after beating Man U in the FA Cup, things went downhill, as they showed they were of the true premier league standard that they are. Up the LEEDS. Thanks, Harriet Brewer
Dickov is clean through from Snodgrass' through-ball, but the offside flag goes up. Touch and go decision there, but Forde saved Dickov's shot anyway.
I've not had any e-mails from the female fans so far. Get your views in! Can Millwall pip Leeds to second? Will Leeds pull out a second-half performance? firstname.lastname@example.org
So it seems that maybe Millwall have let Leeds back into the game ....hopefully this does not end up costing them .....remembering last year I think Millwall need to be in that second spot as I don't fancy the playoffs again ....I still fancy Mr Harris to bag a couple of goals !! Colin - San Jose
Hope Leeds can show some Northern fighting spirit like Man Utd on Sunday and come from behind in this game. They are the last leg on a pretty large bet, 4 horses and one football team. Come on Leeds!!!....ManU Fan
Latest match odds: Leeds 9/2, Draw 21/10, Millwall 4/6. Leeds look like a pub side but that hasn't stopped Skybet customers backing them all the way through the first half, they're 9/2 to somehow turn it around. There's not much inspiration on the pitch but McSheffrey is 9/1 to come off the bench and score the next goal.
I think Max Gradel should be brought on sooner rather later. He seems to make things happen, and thats what Leeds really need right now!! From Martin, Leeds fan from wakefield
Robinson gets the better of Bromby from a corner and his header flicks off the top of Ankergren's crossbar. Another scare for Leeds.
Can't get to the match as I'm in Johannesburg but expecting the mighty Lions to beat Leeds comfortably and go on to secure automatic promotion - just as long as we keep Mr Millwall Neil Harris fit and in the team. Regards, Geoff Pethick
Best chance of the game for Leeds. The ball drops to Howson on the edge of Millwall's penalty area. He takes a touch, but drags his right-footed shot wide of the far post.
White makes a superb break from left-back. However, Ward's fine challenge brings a halt to the end of his surging run.
I'm a Norwich fan, so really hoping Millwall can win this game so we are 8 points clear, also think if Norwich beat Leeds on Saturday then we will definately win the title, thanks Callum Rivett from Norwich
Schofield's angled ball tries to pick out Morison, although Ankergren is off his line well to collect the cross.
Leeds are slowly but surely starting to pressure Millwall. They win a free-kick for Trotter's late challenge on Bromby.
Leeds are starting to get into better positions in Millwall's half, but their final ball is still easy for the visitors to defend.
A third of the game gone and Millwall will be delighted so far. They are looking good for their lead. Leeds have been all at sea for much of the half.
Half a chance for Leeds, but Snodgrass slashes a shot well wide from outside Millwall's penalty area.
Leeds' season started going down hill ever since Grayson opted for the 4-3-3 formation, it's not working and I really don't understand why he is sticking with it! Martin, Leeds fan from Wakefield
Morison gets in behind Leeds' defence, but the offside flag is rightly up. He sends his lop just over the top anyway.
This time Harris swings a ball into Leeds' box, but it's just too high for Morison in the middle. All Millwall right now.
Millwall fan Colin from San Jose, California predicts 1 - 3 to Millwall with Dickov scoring first and Neil Harris getting a comeback hat-trick!
The Lions are having their way with Leeds at the moment. A second would be a dagger in the heart of Grayson's side.
Nearly a second for Millwall. Leeds' defence is rocking and this time Morison volleys the ball just wide from distance. Leeds have been hurt by conceding.
Millwall get the ball down and cut Leeds apart before Morison cuts the ball back at the back post. His shot went through Hughes' legs while Ankergren was unable to keep the ball out as well.
Early change for Leeds with youngster Aidy White coming on for the injured Kisnorbo. Hughes will revert to right-back with Bromby moving to the middle and White going to left-back.
There is no way Kisnorbo will be able to continue and Grayson will be forced into a early substitution.
First chance of the match. Kisnorbo goes down injured and that gives Morison a sight of goal from the angle, but he drags his shot wide of the far post.
First flashpoint of the match as Kisborbo and Harris tangle on the floor. Foy does well to give the players a ticking off rather than showing the cards early on.
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Millwall were the first League One side to beat Leeds this season and as the home side are without Beckford, The Lions will be confident of emerging from Elland Road with another scalp.
Latest match odds: Leeds 10/11, Draw 5/2, Millwall 3/1. Leeds have been popular for most of the day at 10/11 but the news that the influential Beckford will not be playing makes Millwall look at decent price at 3/1. Paul Dickov replaces the Leeds top scorer and is 5/1 to score the first goal.
Leeds: Ankergren, Bromby, Naylor, Kisnorbo, Hughes, Howson, Doyle, Johnson, Snodgrass, Becchio, Dickov. Subs: Higgs, Crowe, Kilkenny, Grella, McSheffrey, Gradel, White.
Millwall: Forde, Dunne, Robinson, Ward, Craig, Hackett, Abdou, Trotter, Schofield, Harris, Morison. Subs: Sullivan, Frampton, Barron, Smith, Laird, Batt, Obika.