Millwall continued their impressive season with a 2-1 win over Swansea in the Championship and now sit fifth with nine games remaining this season.

Andreas Voglsammer scored his second goal in as many games to double Millwall’s lead after Charlie Cresswell opened the scoring seven minutes earlier. Ryan Manning did score for Swansea shortly after, but the Lions held firm.

Swansea enjoyed 76% of possession at the Den, but failed to make it count. Millwall were traditionally organised and at this stage of the season, results are vital.

Millwall manager Gary Rowett said: "We're enjoying it at the moment - we're attacking it and trying to win every single game."

The team has a brilliant home record, making the Den a fortress this season. They have five home games left, which will be vital for Millwall to secure their first promotion to the Premier League.


This includes hosting Luton, who are a place above them, and Blackburn Rovers, who are a place below them on the final day of the season.

Another advantage for Millwall is that their game against Luton at home is the only game in which they play a team currently above them in the league.

This run-in, coupled with the enjoyment of out-performing expectations this season, may put them in the driver’s seat to earn a place in the Championship play-offs.