BY RICHARD CAWLEY
Millwall manager Neil Harris says his routine will not change when he watches the FA Cup quarter-final draw tomorrow.
Murray Wallace’s goal took the Lions into the last eight of the tournament after a 1-0 victory at AFC Wimbledon on Saturday afternoon.
The draw for the next round takes place tomorrow evening.
Harris – when asked about watching the draw – admitted he would be tuning in – explaining: “Not as a group – I will watch it with my wife and children, like I always do.
“Whether we are in it or not, I sit there for a half hour waiting for it to come on.
“That’s what I’ve done for the last round, and the year before that, and the year before that. That’s whether we are in it or not, because I love the competition.”
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