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Royals to play Millwall next season

Millwall beat our local rivals Swindon in the League One play off final at Wembley on Saturday afternoon, confirming the final team that the Royals will face next season.


A first half goal ended the Robins hopes of a return to the second tier of English football, leaving Danny Wilson's side facing another season in League One.


The line up for next season's championship will be -

Portsmouth
Burnley
Hull
Notts Forest
Cardiff
Leicester
Swansea
Sheff Utd
Reading
Bristol City
Middlesbrough
Doncaster
QPR
Derby
Ipswich
Watford
Preston
Barnsley
Coventry
Scunthorpe
Crystal Palace
Norwich
Leeds
Millwall


The Fixtures for the new season will be released on June 17th.




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Writer: Steve Guscott  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday May 29 2010

Time: 8:12PM

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Shame Swindon didn't go up (it was good to watch their fans disappointment at the end though!) but Millwall is always a lively away trip, shame half or regular away supporters choose not to go purely on past reputations. Looking forward to a trip to the Den next season
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