MILLWALL put Saturday’s drubbing at the hands of Birmingham firmly behind them last night with a 5-0 win at the New Den over London rivals Dagenham and Redbridge to set up an FA Cup fourth round tie at home against Championship leaders Southampton.
Beaten 6-0 on home soil by Carling Cup holders Birmingham three days earlier, Kenny Jackett’s men registered a morale-boosting victory thanks to a Darius Henderson hat-trick, who scored his first goals since November, and a brace from on-loan Tottenham striker Harry Kane.
Elsewhere, Premier League strugglers Bolton eased past League Two side Macclesfield, albeit in front of just over 9,000 fans at the Reebok Stadium.
Kevin Davies struck inside 50 seconds and Martin Petrov added a second in the 26th minute to hand Owen Coyle’s men a first home win in six attempts.
Finally, Leicester thrashed Nottingham Forest 4-0 in an east Midlands derby which featured a Jermaine Beckford hat-trick.