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A nervy derby at The Den ended all square leaving both Millwall and Charlton still deep in a relegation battle.
It was the fifth time in a row Addicks had not scored against the Lions, but in truth neither side looked threatening in front of goal.
A sports extravaganza is coming to Canary Wharf including a dragon boat race at Middle Dock.
The events are running from Monday (March 17) to the following Sunday, raising money for Sport Relief.
It's derby time in south-east London and not for a long while has a clash between Millwall and Charlton meant so much.
Meanwhile, West Ham are back in action with a tough trip to Stoke City on the cards.
Alex Dyer said it's been a surreal few days at Charlton after losing manager Chris Powell but the club was focused on the battle against relegation.
Dyer, assistant boss in the former regime, has been kept at the club despite owner Roland Duchatelet sacking Powell this week and replacing him with Belgian Jose Riga.
Cyclists will be able to follow in the footsteps of their Olympic heroes when the VeloPark reopens at the end of March.
Boisdale of Canary Wharf has teamed up with The Wharf to offer readers the chance to win a pair of tickets to hear one of the country's most controversial football managers give his views on the state of the game today.
★ We've teamed up with the Canary Wharf Squash Classic, which takes place at East Wintergarden between March 24-28, to offer readers the chance to win a pair of tickets to the Grand Final.
What's more you'll also win a luxury stay for two at the Radisson Blu New Providence Wharf, including dinner and breakfast.
COMMENTBy Ian Toal
Millwall managed to go from one extreme to the other in the last two away matches. On Saturday we got a totally unexpected 1-0 win against Derby County.
That was only our second away win of the season.
Hold your breath. We've crunched the numbers and take a mathematical look at how the final table of the Championship could look.
And it's good news for Millwall, who escape the drop by a point. But bad news for Charlton who finish firmly in the relegation zone.
Charlton owner Roland Duchâtelet sacked the club's manager Chris Powell on Tuesday morning.
Powell took on the job in 2011 before leading the club to promotion to the Championship. However, the club has endured a difficult season and are currently bottom of the division.
Football pundits and former colleagues of Chris Powell have reacted with shock at the news he has been sacked as Charlton manager.
Charlton's FA Cup dream ended in Sheffield after two second-half goals in the space of a minute saw a rampant United side through to the semi-finals at Wembley.
At an electric Bramall Lane it was United, bursting with confidence on the back of an eight game winning run, who started stronger.
There's a reason they call the Cheltenham Festival the Greatest Show on Turf. Because that is exactly what it is.
We have cup action this weekend for Charlton, while Millwall aim to cause a much-needed upset in the league.
The Royal Docks will be turned into a powerboat spectacular for a two day exhibition later this month.