By Steven Davies
Charlton secured their second home win in a row and maintained their unbeaten record at The Valley with a 4-2 win over promotion rivals Bristol Rovers.
The Addicks took an early lead courtesy of a goal from David Mooney who slotted in his second goal in successive home games from close range in the fourth minute.
The O2 will be alive to the sound of music when one of Britain's most loved singers makes a one-off performance at the arena.
Dame Julie Andrews, Oscar-winning singer and actress will make her first UK stage appearance in 30 years when she plays the venue on May 8.
There was disappointment for the Andy Murray fan club last night when the British star lost with a whimper to Roger Federer.
Murray made too many basic errors as he went down 3-6, 6-3, 6-1 to the world number one in front of a packed arena at The O2.
Millwall missed a chance to grab three important points as they conceded a late leveller to Exeter.
Adam Stansfield's shot beat David Forde in the 88th minute to deflate the Lions, who had led from a first-half penalty.
Millwall will be missing four key players for tonight's trip to Exeter City.
James Henry, Neil Harris and Gary Alexander are all ruled out with injuries for the long trip down to Devon as the Lions look to bounce back from Saturday's defeat by Wycombe.
It's been over half a century since Bristol Rovers won at The Valley.
But with the insightful knowledge of former boss Lennie Lawrence, coupled with that of Chris Dickson, the Pirates will be hoping tonight is the night.
Ordinary Thunderstorms, by William Boyd
IN A NUTSHELL
Boyd explores the nature of identity in this thriller about a man hidden in plain sight on the streets of London.
IN A NUTSHELL
Just in time for Christmas, it's a long-awaited look at the British star of vampiric drool-magnet Twilight. We can hear the screaming from here.
He was a student looking to pay his way through university with a part-time job - but found himself involved in a lucrative scheme to catch unwary punters parked at a Canary Wharf pub.
In February Masrur Hoque started working for clamping company Knightwatch, who were responsible for car park security at the City Pride pub in Marsh Wall.
The Barclays ATP World Tour Finals served up their first shock when Rafa Nadal lost in straight sets to Robin Soderling.
The world number two never recovered from a poor start and Soderling - who only qualified when Andy Roddick pulled out last week - eased through 6-4, 6-4.