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06 February 2018 Venue Crown Oil Arena Attendance

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Preview | Dale v Millwall, FA Cup Fourth Round Replay

6 February 2018

Dale v Millwall: Emirates FA Cup Fourth Round Replay, Tuesday 6th February, 7.45pm Kick-Off

Dale and Millwall do battle again on Tuesday night, in the Emirates FA Cup fourth round replay at the Crown Oil Arena.

Keith Hill’s side put in a superb display in the match at The Den, with only a late goal for the hosts forcing a replay.

The winner of the tie will face either Newport County or Tottenham Hotspur in the fifth round.

Dale grabbed their first away league win of the season at Northampton Town on Saturday, as Calvin Andrew’s strike secured a deserved three points.

The Lions were 2-0 winners away at Reading, making it back-to-back wins on the road.



Tuesday night’s replay is an ALL TICKET match.

Tickets will be available on the night of the game and should be bought from the RAFC Ticket Office before going to the turnstiles. However, where possible, we ask fans to purchase in advance to help avoid matchday queues.

Supporters who attend the Millwall replay should keep a hold of their ticket, as fans who attend the match will be given priority purchase for the fifth-round tie, should we progress in the competition, against either Tottenham Hotspur or Newport County.

Click HERE for full admission details.



Supporters who have purchased a ticket, online or over the phone, for collection at the Crown Oil Arena, should pick them up from the RAFC Ticket Office until 5.5pm, and from the collection cabin, located next to the Pearl Street stand, from 6pm.



Referee: Tim Robinson

Assistants Referees: Shaun Hudson & Philip Dermott

Fourth Official: Scott Duncan



The Ratcliffe Bars, situated on the Crown Oil Arena car park, open at 5pm, with visiting supporters also welcome.



Coming to the Crown Oil Arena for the first time? View our first-time visitor guide HERE.



Dale Draws Millwall
3 4 6





Rochdale AFC’s matchday programme – The Voice of Spotland – is back for Tuesday’s Emirates FA Cup fourth round replay against Millwall.

TVOS will be on sale in the Club Shop and around the ground on matchday, priced at £2.

Click HERE for the full preview.



Dale are at odds of 12/5 to beat Millwall in 90 minutes with Sky Bet on Tuesday night.

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Fans in the UK can listen to match audio commentary on iFollow. The programme will start at 7.40pm.

This match will not be available to watch live due to broadcasting regulations.

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To access commentary via your desktop, go through our match centre. The match centre will be located on the home page of the main website ( Once you’ve clicked through, a link will appear on the left-hand side of the page for you to access the commentary. This will appear on the site around half an hour before kick-off.

We will be tweeting live updates from the match, and will go behind-the-scenes with our Instagram Story feature. Follow @officiallydale (Twitter and Instagram).

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Match Reports

Report | Dale 1-0 Millwall

6 February 2018

Ian Henderson’s strike sent Dale into the fifth round of the Emirates FA Cup with a 1-0 victory over Millwall.

After being denied a win late on at The Den ten days ago, Dale rose to the challenge yet again, seeing off their Championship opponents thanks to a thoroughly determined performance.

Henderson’s second-half strike was enough, steering Calvin Andrew’s cross into the far post nine minutes after the break.

Harrison McGahey came in for the cup-tied Scott Wiseman, in Dale’s only change from the win at Northampton Town.

Dale had a golden chance in the first minute to break the deadlock, when Matty Done’s effort deflected into the path of Andy Cannon, who fired wide on the volley from ten-yards.

Ryan Delaney had a looping header comfortably caught by Millwall goalkeeper David Martin, whilst Shaun Williams headed over Shane Ferguson’s free-kick for the visitors.

Ian Henderson had a shout for a penalty when he was felled inside the area, but referee Tim Robinson waved away the protests.

As the half came to a close, Conor McLaughlin fired well over from distance, in a first period that failed to create many goal scoring opportunities.

The beginning of the second-half provided much more by way of chances, as Cannon’s deflected cross had to be held by Martin at his near post, before Ryan Tunnicliffe tested Lillis from distance.

The big moment came nine minutes after the break. Henderson played a ball into the left channel for Andrew to race on to.

He got the better of his defender and drove into the area, before playing a ball to the near post where Henderson finished first time beyond Martin.

That sent the Dale fans into raptures, and from then on the Crown Oil Arena crowd were willing their side home.

Cannon had a left foot shot held, before Callum Camps also saw a free-kick held by Martin.

Millwall threw bodies forward in their attempt to force the game into extra-time, but the Dale defence held strong and didn’t allow any real opportunities to unfold.

Andrew fired wide late on for Dale, who saw out the four minutes of added time relatively comfortably, setting up a fifth round tie against either Tottenham Hotspur or Newport County. 

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