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Millwall striker Andy Keogh has a shot blocked by Damien Delaney

Millwall 0 Crystal Palace 0 match report: Palace keep staggering towards Championship play-off place

Both sides took single faltering steps in the right direction at The Den, but neither Crystal Palace nor Millwall looked desperately deserving of their eventual target. This tense but technically dismal derby should mean celebratory Saturdays for the two south London sides, but they are not ending the season with a flourish.

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Watford face battle to catch Hull City for second automatic promotion place after shut-out

Watford manager Gianfranco Zola

Watford manager Gianfranco Zola predicts Championship promotion race will go to the wire

Watford beat Hull to close the gap on second

Football round-up: Lionel Messi strikes to write another chapter in bulging record book

Lionel Messi's 73rd-minute goal for Barcelona at Celta Vigo wrote yet another chapter in the record book he has single-handedly filled with eye-popping achievements. It was the 19th consecutive La Liga match in which he has scored, the first time the feat has ever been achieved against 19 different clubs. Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo scored against every other La Liga side in 2011-12, but not in successive games. There was one disappointment for Messi – Celta Vigo equalised and it ended 2-2.

Danny Murphy was left out of the squad entirely

Michael Appleton defends Danny Murphy omission as Blackburn miss out on Wembley trip

Millwall won 1-0 at Ewood Park in their quarter-final replay

The Sport Matrix: Wednesday 13 March 2013

Wenger backs side to produce shock result in Munich

Kevin Phillips scored three as Crystal Palace beat Hull City 4-2

Martin Hardy: Hat-trick heroes give hope after rise from base of the pyramid

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Gordon Strachan is unveiled at Hampden Park

Surprise Scotland call-up for Brighton midfielder Liam Bridcutt

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The sides meet at the Etihad with a place at Wembley the prize

Travellers were left stranded overnight as King’s Cross station

Thousands hit and train company apologises as Kings Cross problems linger throughout today

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