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Summary

  1. Slotted Gregory finish puts Millwall ahead
  2. Proctor taps home to keep Bradford in tie
  3. Millwall won first leg 3-1 at Valley Parade
  4. Lions relegated from Championship last year
  5. Millwall face Barnsley at Wembley on 29 May

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By Rob Stevens

All times stated are UK

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FT: Millwall 1-1 Bradford (4-2 agg)

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So, Millwall will face Barnsley at Wembley in the League One play-off final following a 4-2 aggregate win over Bradford this evening.

A 1-1 draw was enough to progress for the Lions, with Lee Gregory netting his 27th of the season before Jamie Proctor equalised on the evening.

You can read the full report on tonight's proceedings here.

We'll be back with full text commentary on Millwall v Barnsley on Sunday, 29 May.

We'll also have coverage of the Championship and League Two play-off finals over the bank holiday weekend.

That's it from me - thanks for joining our text commentary tonight.

Millwall reach League One play-off final

FT: Millwall 1-1 Bradford (4-2 agg)

I'm delighted for the players but we knew who tough it would be over two legs against Bradford. After the disappointment of relegation from the Championship last year it is great to get here. Wembley is a great place to play football - but only if you win. We are up against a really good Barnsley side and I really look forward to seeing my players on that stage.

Neil HarrisMillwall manager on Sky Sports

Millwall reach League One play-off final

FT: Millwall 1-1 Bradford (4-2 agg)

Every time I go out on the pitch it is special for me. To get to Wembley is a great achievement. We dealt with Bradford well and it paid off. I was excited for this game but I want to go to Wembley and get a result.

Ben ThompsonMillwall midfielder on Sky Sports

Millwall reach League One play-off final

FT: Millwall 1-1 Bradford (4-2 agg)

It is amazing for everyone involved. Neil Harris knows Millwall inside out and has played in successful teams here. He gets the best out of lads but I didn't know he'd do it so quickly and I don't think there will be a prouder man to walk out a Millwall team at Wembley.

Paul RobinsonFormer Millwall defender on BBC Radio London

Millwall reach League One play-off final

FT: Millwall 1-1 Bradford (4-2 agg)

It's what we have been working towards once we knew we couldn't get automatic promotion. It is great to be there but we haven;t achieved anything yet. It will be amazing to lead Millwall out but there is a long way to go as Barnsley are flying.

Steve MorisonMillwall captain on Sky Sports

Millwall reach League One play-off final

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Millwall are now 90 minutes away from an immediate return to the Championship.

The Lions finished fourth under Neil Harris this season, in the 38-year-old's first full campaign in charge and will now face Barnsley at Wembley on Sunday, 29 May.

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FT: Millwall 1-1 Bradford (4-2 agg)

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Millwall 1-1 Bradford (4-2 agg)

This time the ball is drifting out for a throw-in in the Bradford half and a Millwall supporter runs on and kicks the ball into the Bradford box!

Play is restarted with a drop-ball.

Full-time can't be far away.

Millwall 1-1 Bradford (4-2 agg)

There's going to be a pitch invasion when the final whistle blows.

Bradford still can't get the ball into a dangerous position. Another ball drifts out for a goal kick.

More fans are on the pitch now.

Millwall 1-1 Bradford (4-2 agg)

We are back under way, put the pitch invaders delayed proceedings by about a minute.

Millwall are closing in on Wembley.

Millwall 1-1 Bradford (4-2 agg)

Tony Craig's first action is to defend a long throw.

Millwall win a free kick but then the game is delayed by a few fans invading the pitch.

They need to be dealt with and Lions boss Neil Harris is furious.

SUBSTITUTION

Millwall 1-1 Bradford (4-2 agg)

Millwall make a second change.

Experienced defender Tony Craig comes on for Byron Webster in a straight swap.

Millwall 1-1 Bradford (4-2 agg)

Bradford win a couple of corners in quick succession.

Steve Morison gets his head to both of them to clear Millwall's lines.

Millwall 1-1 Bradford (4-2 agg)

Lee Evans
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Finally a ball into the box beats the Millwall defence, but there is no Bradford player to get on the end of it!

We're into five minutes of added time.

SUBSTITUTION

Millwall 1-1 Bradford (4-2 agg)

Millwall eat up a few seconds by bring midfielder Shaun Williams on for striker Lee Gregory.

Lions fans are signing 'We're going to Wembley".

Bradford still need two goals. They haven't looked like getting one in this second half.

YELLOW CARD (Reid)

Millwall 1-1 Bradford (4-2 agg)

The ball won't break for Bradford from the resulting free-kick and Millwall look to break out of their own half.

Kyel Reid trips Millwall's Ben Thompson as he was rushing forward.

It hasn't been a dirty game but the bookings are clocking up in the final stages.

YELLOW CARD (Ferguson)

Millwall 1-1 Bradford (4-2 agg)

Bradford are going long.

Lee Evans tries a shot from all of 40 yards and it's blocked but he wins a free-kick from the rebound.

Millwall midfielder Shane Ferguson gets shown a yellow card.

YELLOW CARD (Taylor)

Millwall 1-1 Bradford (4-2 agg)

Paul Anderson
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Millwall winger Chris Taylor goes into the book now for a foul.

YELLOW CARD (McArdle)

Millwall clear a ball away and Rory McArdle comes crashing into striker Steve Morison on half-way.

He gets a yellow card for that challenge.

The clock continues to tick down.

Millwall 1-1 Bradford (4-2 agg)

Jamie Proctor tires to dribble into the Millwall box, but is crowded out.

Bradford are showing more urgency - but it looks like it is too late.

Millwall 1-1 Bradford (4-2 agg)

Bradford are starting to go more direct, and Millwall are sitting deeper.

Billy Clarke looks to find Paul Anderson in the Lions area, but the ball drifts out for a goal kick.

Millwall 1-1 Bradford (4-2 agg)

Kyel Reid
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Bradford win a free-kick and then a corner in quick succession, but fail to test Lions keeper Jordan Archer from either set piece.

Less than 10 minutes remain at The Den, and the visitors still need two goals to force an extra half hour.

YELLOW CARD (Evans)

Millwall 1-1 Bradford (4-2 agg)

The first late challenge of the evening, and it's Lee Evans on Millwall midfielder Ben Thompson.

Thompson had beaten a couple of Bradford players before Evans flew in.

He is the first name into Tim Robinson's book this evening.

Millwall 1-1 Bradford (4-2 agg)

Chris Taylor gets a shot off after the ball falls to him on the edge of the area from a Millwall corner.

However, his effort goes well over the Bradford bar.

Millwall 1-1 Bradford (4-2 agg)

Lee Evans bursts forward and runs at the Millwall defence.

It looks like he'll be able to create an opportunity for Jamie Proctor, who's up in support, but his pass deflects off a Millwall defender and straight into the arms of keeper Jordan Archer.

The Lions defence have protected their goal well after the break.

SUBSTITUTION

Millwall 1-1 Bradford (4-2 agg)

Bradford make their final change as forward Steve Davies comes on for centre-back Nathan Clarke.

An attacking move my Bantams boss Phil Parkinson with a quarter of an hour left.

PENALTY APPEAL

Millwall 1-1 Bradford (4-2 agg)

There was a sharp intake of breath there as Tom Thorpe goes down under a challenge in the Millwall box from Mark Beevers.

Thorpe had controlled a ball in from Lee Evans and Beevers swung a leg at him.

Referee Tim Robinson points to the ball and tells the players to get on with the game.

There wasn't much in it - but a nervous moment for Lions supporters.

Millwall 1-1 Bradford (4-2 agg)

Steve Morison
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Millwall are starting to take their time over throw-ins, with the prospect of Wembley closing in.

The Lions have looked composed for most of the evening.

SUBSTITUTION

Millwall 1-1 Bradford (4-2 agg)

Bradford make their second change of the evening.

Paul Anderson replaces Tony McMahon on the right flank.

Can the former Ipswich man provide a spark for the Bantams? They still need two goals.

Millwall 1-1 Bradford (4-2 agg)

Lions boss Neil Harris said the fans would see a "proper Millwall performance" ahead of the game - and he was right.

The hosts have been full of running, commitment and physicality so far at The Den.

Bradford are struggling to create chances at the moment.

Less than 25 minutes stand between them and Wembley.

Millwall 1-1 Bradford (4-2 agg)

Millwall striker Lee Gregory is flagged offside again when it looked like he was through on goal.

It's another flick from Steve Morison but replays show it is the correct decision.

Those two have been linking up well all night.

Millwall 1-1 Bradford (4-2 agg)

Steve Morison
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There's not been too much goal-mouth action in the second half so far.

Bradford are going to have to up the ante at some point. They need two goals to force extra time and keep their hopes of promotion to the Championship alive.

The Bantams have not been in the second tier since 2003-04.

Millwall 1-1 Bradford (4-2 agg)

Millwall winger Chris Taylor plays a ball over the top for Lee Gregory to run on to.

However the Lions striker has mis-timed his run and is flagged offside.

There's half an hour left in south-east London.

If it stays like this then Millwall will look forward to a Wembley date against Barnsley.

Millwall 1-1 Bradford (4-2 agg)

Millwall fans are making an almighty noise in a bid to rouse their team.

It's not a chant as such, just a wall of noise.

Millwall 1-1 Bradford (4-2 agg)

Bradford put a ball into the box from a set piece, but centre-back Rory McArdley fouls opposite number Mark Beevers and Millwall get a free-kick in the box.

Millwall 1-1 Bradford (4-2 agg)

Jamie Proctor
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Another Bradford ball forward, this time from Lee Evans, looks to unleash Jamie Proctor.

The striker has been full of running this evening but just mis-controls slightly while trying to beat Webster, and it goes out for a throw-in.

CLOSE!

Millwall 1-1 Bradford (4-2 agg)

Millwall come close to their second on the night.

Centre-back Byron Webster rises high to meet a corner from the right hand side and beats Rory McArdley in the air.

He sends his header back across goal and it goes narrowly over the bar.

Lions boss Neil Harris applauds the effort on the sidelines.

Millwall 1-1 Bradford (4-2 agg)

The Lions come forward and Steve Morison lifts a ball in towards striker partner Lee Gregory.

Bradford's centre-backs get to the ball first but it falls to onrushing midfielder Jimmy Abdou.

He volleys miles over the bar.

A warning for the Bantams.

Millwall 1-1 Bradford (4-2 agg)

Kyel Reid makes progress down the left for Bradford, but over-runs the ball and his cross goes out for a Millwall goal kick.

The visitors are on top so far, but have not created a clear-cut chance so far in this second half.

Millwall 1-1 Bradford (4-2 agg)

Lee Evans
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Bradford have enjoyed most of the possession so far in the second half.

They look to unleash striker Jamie Proctor behind the Millwall defence with a long ball, but he is being well marshalled by Byron Webster.