|Stoke City:||Danny Batth (Rabbi Matondo, min.76), Nick Powell, Jacob Brown, Harry Souttar, Tommy Smith (Sam Vokes, min.86), Jordan Thompson (James McClean, min.76), Rhys Norrington-Davies, John Mikel Obi, Steven Fletcher, Adam Davies and James Chester|
|Millwall:||Mason Bennett (Jon Dadi Bödvarsson, min.82), Alex Pearce, Bartosz Bialkowski, Murray Wallace, Jed Wallace (Tom Bradshaw, min.90), Kenneth Zohore (Maikel Kieftenbeld, min.46), Billy Mitchell, Danny McNamara, Scott Malone, George Evans and Jake Cooper|
|Goals:||Murray Wallace (0-1, min. 36), Jacob Brown (1-1, min. 41) and Mason Bennett (1-2, min. 71)|
Millwall beats Stoke City 2-1 on Monday at Bet365 Stadium. Both sides arrived on the back of wins. Stoke had been hopeful of continuing their run after winning their previous two games against Bristol City away and Derby County at home, by 2-0 and 1-0 respectively. Millwall were coming from consecutive wins against Rotherham United and Middlesbrough. As the table looks today, Stoke are currently 11th with 55 points from 40 matches, while Millwall sit in 9th, with 58 points from 40.
Millwall started strong and were rewarded for their efforts, thanks to a goal from Murray Wallace in the 36th minute. However, their celebrations were kept brief, as Jacob Brown equalised for Stoke just before half-time, to take a 1-1 lead into half time.
Millwall continued to pile on the pressure in the second and were rewarded, with Mason Bennett giving The Lions the lead at the 71 minute mark. The game ended with a 2-1 victory for the visitors.
Stoke brought on Rabbi Matondo, James McClean and Sam Vokes for Danny Batth, Jordan Thompson and Tommy Smith. Millwall brought on Maikel Kieftenbeld, Jon Dadi Bödvarsson and Tom Bradshaw, to replace Kenneth Zohore, Mason Bennett and Jed Wallace.
There were bookings for Danny Batth from Stoke, and Murray Wallace, for Millwall.