Last Updated: 16/02/13 2:49pm
Luton's fairytale cup run comes to an end against Millwall today, whose superiority shined through in the end. They will now look ahead with the hope of replicating their 2004 achievement of reaching the final. Thanks for joining me today, I hope you enjoyed the game.
Luton stay on the attack but they can't find the target as the referee sounds his whistle for the end of the game. 3-0 to Millwall, and they progress to the quarter finals of the FA Cup.
And they almost get it as the ball falls to Shaw on right edge of the six yard box but his shot is saved well by the legs of Forde.
Beevers is booked for an unfair challenge. Luton covert the free kick into a corner as they seek a consolation.
R Henry and Dunne are given a talking to by the ref for some pushing and shoving before Lawless crosses into the box. Millwall clear.
Lawless is caught in possession and Millwall pounce forward with numbers. The ball finds its way to Marquis in the box, who tries to side-foot it past Tyler. The goalkeeper saves it but can't hold, setting up N'Guessan for the simplest of finished. 3-0 now and no way back for Luton.
Millwall happy to try and keep the ball on the right wing. When they do start to work the ball into the box they force a corner.
Forde takes his time with a defensive free kick before launching it out of play on the right wing to hand possession to Luton.
Time starting to run out for Luton as Lawless sees their latest opoortunity go wide with an ambitious shot from distance following a corner.
Taylor shows his strength to get the better of Lowry before delivering a really good cross into the box, but no Luton attacker takes a risk to attack it and Millwall can work it clear with ease.
Millwall should have had this wrapped up by now. Keogh has two great chances, his first well saved by Tyler, his second missing the target from Henry's good chip across the box.
Luton unlikely to trouble Millwall's lead now as the time presses on and Millwall looking increasingly comfortable.
Fleetwood threatens on the right wing but a can't find a team mate before losing possession. Millwall quickly break and have Luton on the backfoot but can't take advantage of the opportunity.
Trotter feeds Henry who goes for a curler into the top right corner, but the end product is a poor shot which travels high and wide.
Lawless splits the Millwall defence with a fine pass for Gray but the striker's first touch lets him down and Forde closes down to grasp.
Taylor and Henry battle for possession but it is the Millwall man who is eventually penalised for a foul.
Luton continue to threat but successive crosses from O'Donnell and Taylor are weak. This has been a sustained theme for the hosts today who lacked quality in the final third.
Luton move the ball really well into the box but the chance ends with Forde catching Lawless' squared cross.
Rendell feels agrieved that a well timed slide tackle on Osbourne is pulled back for a foul, but keeps his mouth shut to avoid further punishment again from the referee.
Good spell from Luton as first Forde is forced to close down Gray before he goes through on goal and then Lowry heads the striker's cross behind moments later.
Rendell is incensed as he is penalised for a soft foul on Dunne. His dissent earns him a yellow card.
Rendell goes down as he was sandwiched by Lowry and Beevers and Luton feel they should have a free kick, but Lee Probert allows play to continue before checking the Luton attacker is okay.
Luton waste a set piece opportunity as Gray tries to release Lawless with a quick free kick but it all goes wrong and Millwall collect possession.
What do you think? Can the Hatters battle back after the break? They are now 50/1 to win and 12/1 to earn a replay, while Hulse is 6/1 to add to his superb strike by netting next.
Lee Probert blows for the end of the half. Millwall lead 2-0 thanks to a Kovacs error capitalised by Henry and an extraordinary finish from Hulse. Stay with us for the second half to see if Luton can fight back into the game against the odds.
Gray uses his quick feet to earn a corner and Luton go desperately close from it but Kovacs can't direct his header having beaten Osbourne in the air.
Good chance for Milwall to extend their lead further as Henry stands over a dead ball on the right edge of the box.
Rendell wins the ball well but then loses possession as his pass along the wing for Gray is overhit and runs out for a goal kick.
Luton will be desperate to grab a goal before the break but waste a throwing opportunity on the right wing.
Lawless swings it in but Hulse now shows his defensive awareness to head clear before being accidently caught. He holds his head but should be okay to continue.
An exquisite finish by Hulse as he wins a header in the six yard box before setting himself up for a volley on the turn from an improbable angle. Good assist from Henry. Millwall two goals to the good now.
O'Donnell and Gray link up nicely as Luton attack but O'Donnell's squared ball is taken care of by Forde.
Rendell gets his head to the ball to flick on the long throw but is Forde who collects the second ball.
Gray is lookinh lively as he instigates an attack for Luton. Nothing comes from Howells' cross from the left in the end but they have a throw on the right wing to sustain the pressure.
Good play by Henry as shows strength to get past two defenders and cross the ball into the box. The ball is headed towards Hulse who tries an acrobatic volley but it clears the bar.
Gray does well to shake off two Millwall players before passing to Lawless on the right. He reiceves the ball back but his touch is heavy as he tries to penetrate the defence and the ball goes out for a goal kick.
O'Donnell delivers from the left but once again the cross in from Luton lacks any quality and it is all too easy for Forde to keep collecting.
Paul Buckle will feel slightly agrieved so far as they have been the better side so far, aside from Kovac's mistake leading to the goal.
Lawless holds play up well on the ring wing for the hosts before feeding Taylor for the cross. The delivery lacks quality however and Forde catches.
Mendy goes close to equalising with a powerful half volley, but Forde does well to instinctively save.
Just as Luton were getting into their rhythm, a poor first touch by Kovacs lets in Henry, who rounds the keeper before finishing into an open net. 1-0 to the visitors.
Luton are pressing admirably in Millwall's half and the Championship side are struggling to get it clear at present.
A dangerous cross by Feeney on the right wing is met by the head of Hulse, but the Millwall striker doesn't connect properly and the chance goes begging.
Luton apply a bit of pressure which results in Forde having to parry Gray's shot behind for a corner.
Good work from O'Donnell on the left wing for Luton but his hopeful cross is caught unchallenged by Forde.
Great chance for Millwall now to open the scoring as Hulse is played through on goal but he scuffs his effort wide.
A long kick upfield from Tyler finds Gray in an advanced position. Luton work the ball back to Gray who has a shot, but it is straight at Forde.
Feeney crosses from the right wing in the game's first attack, but it is slightly overhit and can't find a man in the box.
Ash writes: "Come on Luton! I predict a 3-1 score line for Luton today, they have come this far and i can't see them wanting to give up the chance of a cup title. Me and my boyfriend Joe are at the game now ready for what will be an exciting game."
Fourth-round hero Scott Rendell is recalled to Luton's starting line-up as the non-league club aim to cause another FA Cup upset today. The striker, who scored the Hatters' winner at Norwich three weeks ago, starts in a team that also includes Greg Taylor and Alex Lawless, who also missed the midweek defeat to Dartford. Andy Keogh, Alan Dunne, Karleigh Osborne and Liam Feeney are drafted in for Millwall.
Luton: Tyler, Taylor, Henry, Kovacs, Howells, Lawless, Smith, Mendy, O'Donnell, Rendell, Gray. Subs: Brill, Shaw, Fleetwood, Lacey, Robinson, Woolley, Longden.
Millwall: Forde, Dunne, Beevers, Osborne, Lowry, Henry, Trotter, Abdou, Feeney, Hulse, Keogh. Subs: Maik Taylor, Wright, Marquis, N'Guessan, Goodman, Adam Smith, Malone.
As expected, Millwall are favourites for this one and are priced at 10/11 to win the match in 90 minutes. Luton are 3/1 to win with the draw available at 5/2. Priceboosts include Andre Gray to score first at 15/2 and Millwall to win 2-0 at 9/1. Luton have conceded just three goals in their last six at home, while Millwall have won none of their last six on the road. With that in mind, you can get Luton to win to nil at a tempting 5/1.
Luton, currently lying 7th in the Blue Square Premier, caused a major shock in the fourth round by knocking out Norwich at Carrow Road. They may not face Premier League opposition today but will still be underdogs against Millwall, a side three divisions above them who caused a shock of their own by beating Aston Villa in the previous round. Should be a great game!
Hello and welcome to coverage of today's FA Cup fifth round encounter between Luton Town and Millwall. I am Oliver Bell and I will be steering you through the clash minute-by-minute. Stay tuned for team news and feel free to send any thoughts and predictions on the game ahead to firstname.lastname@example.org.