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It's Millwall

Swindon Town will face Millwall at Wembley on May 29.

Kenny Jackett's Lions comfortably defeated Huddersfield Town at the New Den by two goals to nil.

This means Town will once again head to Wembley as the underdogs.

Football League Show pundits Steve Claridge predicts a Millwall victory (he went for Millwall before the Play-Off fixture had been played) while former Huddersfield manager Peter Jackson agreed with the former Millwall forward.

Swindon Town failed to beat Millwall in the league this season. Drawing 1-1 at the County Ground and losing 3-2 this month at the New Den.

Former Town defender Jack Smith currently plays for Millwall as does Gary Alexander. While Swindon's Phil Smith will be desperate to play against the side he started his football career with at Wembley.

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Writer:Nellup
Date:Wednesday May 19 2010
Time: 7:20PM

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good luck hope you come up you will like the championship ;)
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