Last Updated: 29/05/10 4:56pm
Millwall 1, Swindon 0 and the Lions have sealed their spot in the Championship next season! Thoroughly deserved result or were they lucky to get through? Swindon can take plenty of heart from their performances this year. What next for them?
Down to seconds now and Swindon are scrapping for the ball. Late Austin attempt from up close but Forde manages to block it in a heart-stopping moment for the Swindon fans.
Millwall are still composed despite the pressure and keep the ball at their end. The result looks wrapped up unless Swindon can spring a big surprise.
Darby makes a run as Swindon go for a last-ditch attempt but Millwall regain the ball. Swindon get a throw-in.
This four minutes is going to feel like hours for Millwall. Another corner and the Lions are happy just to keep possession.
The final minute of regular time and Millwall are in control. Schofield makes a run and they get a corner.
The Lions seem to have regained their control and look desperate for another goal to add the insurance. Swindon are battling on with five minutes to go.
Millwall corner but Darby flicks the ball out with a header for another. No problems this time for Lucas.
Another good run from Morison but he can't quite make it from close to the goal as Lucas scrapes a save.
Morison makes another good run off a nice first touch. Accelerates away and takes a shot but can't find his target.
Lucas is lucky after coming a long way out and failing to catch a long kick. The Swindon defenders clear the ball.
Lions take corner kick but no one can get hold of it. Morison brings the ball back into contention but the Swindon defence hold firm.
The Millwall fans are looking at their watches. Swindon take possession once again as Ferry sends the ball forward.
Austin has a crucial chance. Makes an impressive run and is away with his pace but hits the wrong angle from in front of the goal and it goes completely wide. Costly mistake for Swindon.
Millwall appear determined to hang onto their lead, but everything could change in the final 20 minutes.
Forde makes an acrobatic save as Swindon come close again. The keeper is so far withstanding the pressure well.
Another Swindon corner as they begin to turn up the heat. Jean-Francois fires a decent header but Forde makes a fairly comfortable save.
Foul on Sheehan and another free-kick for Swindon. Austin makes a nice turn but Millwall make another good block.
Harris feeds Schofield who gets a terrific run, but Lucas blocks it. Trotter gets close again for Millwall but its cleared once more.
Swindon showing more fight as they keep up the pressure. They've obviously had a talking to in the dressing room.
Good burst of pace from Morison. He makes a terrific run to get in the box but Cuthbert does some good work and it hits the outside of the net.
Forde sends a long kick upfield but it goes out and it's a Swindon throw-in. Douglas does the honours.
Youngster Ward makes a promising run and evades the Millwall defence but can't quite get near enough and it goes out.
The ball is kept in the air as both sides struggle to take control. Swindon are obviously not going to give up on that Championship spot without a fight.
Swindon look more awake as they take early possession in this half but Forde easily scoops up the ball as it gets close.
Geoff Pethick is in South Africa following the action. He writes: "I'm in Johannesburg driving my neighbours mad supporting the great Millwall Lions. Never mind the World Cup this is the most important match of the year for us!"
Alicia Stevenson says: "SWINDON ALL THE WAY. Me and my boyfriend are following this in the Isle of Sheppey. COME ON YOU REDS!!!!"
John Davey writes: "I am a leeds fan, glad we're not in this final. Millwall been on top in this first half, but don't rule Swindon out yet."
Mark P is following the game in Tampa, Florida and is banking on a Millwall win. He says: "I hope MILLWALL capitalize on one of these opportunities soon! Come on you LIONS!"
Remember, throughout the game you can bet in-play at Skybet.com. Millwall are now 1/5 to get a win, while Swindon are 11/1 and a draw is at 4/1. Only 1 team in it so far and Millwall, who have been well supported throughout, must wonder how they are only one up. Swindon must surely chase the game so the 11/10 over 2.5 Goals could still be a runner. Full list of in play markets available throughout the 2nd half and extra time betting if applicable.
An exciting first half with Millwall seeing most of the action. Get in touch and share your views by emailing me on firstname.lastname@example.org.
The referee blows the whistle for half-time and it's 1-0 to Millwall at the break through Robinson's goal.
Millwall still in charge as the first half draws to a close. Swindon will have to pull out something special in the second half.
Harris gets a chance off a loose ball but collides with Lucas. Fouls the keeper but referee doesn't give anything.
Millwall's pressure has paid off and they've got the goal they deserved. A costly mistake from Swindon's defence. How will they come back now?
Millwall look likely as Morison chases the ball forward but it goes out and Barron takes the corner.
Sheehan fires free-kick but it's well defended by Millwall. Swindon showing some resilience as the game progresses.
Swindon taking more possession at last. Sheehan takes a long shot but puts too much power behind it and it goes over.
Near own-goal as Amankwaah fires a header into the net but flag goes up and it's offside. Could have meant bad news for Swindon.
Millwall keep attack moving and Batt takes shot from far out. Can't get any power on it and Lucas makes easy save.
Swindon see some action with the ball at last. Bad tackle on Douglas from Batt and free-kick for Swindon.
Harris attempts a shot but scuffs it across the pitch and it goes wide. Millwall still piling on the pressure.
Morison makes superb attempt from a difficult angle but it goes over the net. Classy play from Millwall.
Morrison charges on the ball but Lucas gets there first. Sloppy defending from Swindon, almost opened the door for an early goal.
John Carolan says: "Millwall are devastating at home - but vunerable away from the Den. If Paynter fit it could be another tough playoff for Millwall."
Just a few minutes until kick-off at Wembley now, and only one team can strut their stuff in the Championship next season.
Ian Matthews writes: After appearing on here last night for the 1st time, hoping for more than 2.5 goals in the Rep of Ireland game (and they did), being a Gillingham fan (yes i know we were relegated on the last day of the season!!) I would again like to see 2.5 goals in this game, I think it will be an open game as both teams like to attack attack attack!!!
Swindon team: Lucas, Cuthbert, Sheehan, Douglas, McGovern, Amankwaah, Jean-Francois, Paynter, Ward, Ferry, Austin. Subs: Smith, Easton, O'Brien, Timlin, Morrisson, Pericard, Darby.
Millwall team: Forde, Barron, Craig, Abdou, Robinson, Ward, Trotter, Schofield, Harris, Morison, Batt. Subs: Sullivan, Frampton, Laird, Fuseini, Alexander, Hackett, Obika.
It's a gloomy day in London but it's doing little to dampen the spirits of the Wembley crowd, who have turned out in full force.
Who will come out on top? Who are the ones to watch? Can Swindon do the business or will Millwall be able to end years of play-off heartache? Let me know your thoughts.
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Throughout the game you can bet in-play at Skybet.com. Millwall start as evens favourites with Swindon at 11/4 and a draw at 12/5. You can get Steve Morison at 4/1 or Charlie Austin at 11/2 to open the scoring.
Swindon lost to Millwall 3-2 in the league three weeks ago, and it should be an entertaining afternoon at Wembley with both teams full of goals.