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Millwall enjoyed a good period of pressure after the break and Jermaine Easter overhead kick after Legzdins failed to hold a corner was cleared off the line by Coutts.
Different teams kept dropping into the relegation zone throughout the day. Huddersfield, Barnsley and Peterborough were in the thick of it and the fluctuating fortunes in the battle to survive made for a gripping afternoon.
That is progress, maybe not enough for some, but the team are edging in the right direction and they moved forward again in what arguably has been the most competitive Championship in memory.
Put in by Ward clever pass, Sammon found himself in a familiar position, one from which he had failed to find the net on three or four previous occasions this season.
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Derby had already secured their Championship status.
Derby County striker Conor Sammon hit a late winner against Millwall in the last Championship game of the season at Pride Park
Sammon was introduced for the tiring Martin in a bid to unsettle Millwall.
A series of Millwall corners were dealt with, although not always in a convincing manner, and it was difficult to see where a goal would come from for Derby.
locked horns over the striker contribution since his summer move from Wigan Athletic.
Much of it was easily forgettable.
The link up between Martin and Ward was hit and miss and there was not the physical presence up top to really ruffle Millwall.
His goal was worth five places in a congested table, the difference between finishing 10th and 15th.
HOW ironic that a man who has divided opinion like no other Derby County player this season should have the final say in the Rams Championship campaign.
out of his comfort zone, which stretched across the width of penalty area. Central defenders do not like it when strikers run down the side of them, something Sammon does well.
Derby build up play promised much at times, only to fizzle out when it came to the end product. Some players appear reluctant to shoot when the opportunity arises, looking instead for another pass.
The two saves of note in the first half saw Rams goalkeeper Adam Legzdins atone for a poor clearance by saving at the feet of Liam Feeney before Derby skipper Richard Keogh met Ward free kick with his head only for Forde to parry.
Liam Trotter sent a volley wide for the visitors on the stroke of half time but it Hypervenom 2 Neymar
In the end, the Lions were ultimately spared by results elsewhere Crystal Palace late comeback against Peterborough United and Huddersfield Town equaliser against Barnsley.
Not so Millwall, who needed a point to make certain of another season in the division.
was Derby who made most of the running in the opening
To be honest, this was not a gripping contest.
Hendrick continued to drive Derby forward and Ward was switched back to the left, where he tends to carry more of a threat, although he had another in and out afternoon.
The Republic of Ireland international had been left out following his 63 minute struggle against Blackpool a week earlier. This time, he needed only a few minutes to make an impact.
Sammon came off the bench in the 80th minute of the clash with Millwall and, five minutes later, he exchanged passes with Jamie Ward and rolled his finish underneath David Forde to settle a contest that was heading for a goalless draw.
Their tally of 61 points is three fewer than last season but they have finished only seven points outside the play off places, compared with 11 points in 2011 12.
His goal not only delivered a 1 0 victory and three points, it secured a top 10 finish for Derby, the club highest position in six years since they won promotion in 2007.
Keogh received the Jack Stamps Award shortly before kick off after being named player of the year by the supporters. The central defender played in every minute of the 49 matches this season, a terrific achievement.
Evident in his pre match quotes, Millwall boss Kenny Jackett was wary of Will Hughes influence and close attention was paid to the youngster, including a nasty late challenge from Andy Keogh, who was deservedly booked later in the half for a foul on John Brayford.
Danny Shittu, on his 350th club appearance of his career, provided a formidable barrier at the heart of the Millwall defence. Derby struggled to draw, or indeed entice him Nike Kobe
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