James Henry's injury time winner added another three points to Millwall's League One tally at Huddersfield's Galphram stadium.
The on-loan Reading youngster sent Scott Barron's cross goalwards just as the game looked to be heading for a draw.
Michael Jackson might have gone but Boris Johnson stepped in to provide the entertainment at The O2 this morning.
The Mayor of London was at the venue to officially open the British Music Experience, the world's first fully interactive music attraction.
Kenny Jackett has been urged to bury the hatchet with banished striker Izale McLeod.
Charlton boss Phil Parkinson hopes the Lions' manager will allow the striker back into the fold, despite the row last weekend which saw his spell at The Den come to a premature end.
Zheng Zhi could be making his long-awaited return to first team action following four months out with a foot injury.
The Chinese international played over an hour for the reserves in midweek and is now in the reckoning for Saturday's match against Watford.
British Airways axed flights to Dublin this week, but moved quickly to quash rumours its commitment to City Airport was fading.
Flights from City to the Irish capital began in summer last year but were withdrawn on Monday, March 2.
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Michael Jackson eventually arrived at The O2 this afternoon to announce his last ever shows in London.
Jackson, 50, will play 10 shows at the arena from July 8 and told around 2,000 fans "This is it, this is the final curtain call".
Michael Jackson is set to play his last ever gigs in London this summer.
The King of Pop will play 10 nights at The O2 starting on July 8. The announcement was made at the North Greenwich venue today (Thursday, March 5).
Mo Farah is the man to watch in 2009, according to athletics legend Roger Black.
Farah, the Newham and Essex Beagles runner, has started the year in excellent form and hopes to continue in the 3,000m at the European Indoor Championships in Turin this weekend.
As this year's East Festival pitches up in the city, The Wharf talks to Vortex Tour East performer Fiona Bevan about her love for the area, her brush with Lauren Laverne and Alex James, and her plans to play at the North Pole.