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Jordan Rhodes scores the winner from the penalty spot

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Braveness was Gary Bowyer's buzzword, and Blackburn Rovers' interim manager can rest easy after all but securing his side's safety in England's second tier. On a night where his side showed their travelling support reasons to be concerned and cheerful for next season in equal measure, Jordan Rhodes' late penalty gave them a five-point advantage over the drop zone after trailing at half-time.

Police make an arrest during an early morning raid in response to recent football violence amongst Millwall fans

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Police have arrested four men in connection with violence at an FA Cup match between Millwall and Wigan.

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Gianfranco Zola described it was “very hard to take” for Watford at The Den, as his side somehow failed to capitalise on Hull City's 1-0 loss at Wolves, going down by the same score-line to Millwall.

The Sport Matrix: Wednesday 17 April 2013

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Millwall supporters clash with police at Wembley on Saturday

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Saturday's FA Cup semi-final was marred with violence

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Area of seats where unrest started suggests troublemakers were affiliated with the Championship club

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The Sport Matrix: Monday 15 April 2013

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