Date: 21st May 2016 at 8:49am
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Millwall’s League 1 season play-off semi-final second leg ended with a draw against Bradford at the Den on Friday, to secure the aggregate win.

Avoiding defeat (even defeat could have been afforded under the right circumstance) would see Millwall go into the play-off final with Barnsley.

A one-one draw with Bradford secured that place with a four-two aggregate win.

When Lee Gregory scored his 27th-goal of the season on 34-minutes to put Millwall ahead that looked to be that, the Lions were four-one up on aggregate but then again Bradford took the lead in the first leg too!

Bradford drew level a minute before half time when Jamie Proctor scored to give them hope, he could have scored again to have them ahead before the break but failure to take the chance cost the visitors.

Millwall almost got the win with Byron Webster going close with a head but didn’t matter as the draw was enough to book the meeting with Barnsley at Wembley on 29th May.

Here’s a round up of the League 1 play-off action from the other games played….

These were the other results.

Thursday 19th May 2016
Walsall 1-3 Barnsley (agg 1-6)

Friday 20th May 2016
Millwall 1-1 Bradford (agg 4-2)

The impressive Barnsley (three-one) form, and goalscoring power, continued as Walsall were brushed aside (six-one on aggregate) to put them into the Wembley final next weekend.

Do they go into this as favourites? Many could think so….

Although Millwall (one-one) will have thoughts to the contrary following a draw at the Den with Bradford, which saw then take the advantage from the first leg forward to move closer to an instant Championship return.

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