Barnsley won back-to-back games for only the second time this season and the first time since August when the second victory was also against Millwall.
Barnsley have won each of their last two home league games after failing to win any of the previous six.
Barnsley won their first match of a calendar year for the first time in SIXTEEN years! The last time they won the opener was back in 2000 when a Darren Barnard brace secured a 2-0 at West Brom.
It is also the first time since that 1999-2000 season they have won both their final game of one year and the first of the next.
Sam Winnall scores in successive games for the second time this season
He has scored in nine matches this season and it has been Barnsley’s first goal in seven of them.
Adam Hammill scored his fourth goal since returning to Oakwell, The Reds have won three and drawn one of those games.
Barnsley led at half time in two successive games for the third time this season
This is Barnsley’s 24th league game of the season and the 10th time they have not conceded a first half goal.
For the second successive home game Barnsley had seven shots on target, only against Gillingham (8) have they managed more.
The Reds scored the first goal at Oakwell for the second time in eight matches.
Barnsley have now gone 18 games in all competitions without a clean sheet, their worst run since they went a whopping 25 without a shut out between 31st August 2002 and the 18th January 2003.
Barnsley have done the double over Millwall in four of the last eight seasons they have met.
James Bree (for White 86)
Michael Smith (for Watkins 86)
Nick Townsend, Marc Roberts, Ryan Williams, Harry White, Matty Templeton.
Sky Bet League One results:
Saturday 2nd January 2016:
Barnsley 2-1 Millwall
Winnall 12 Morison 61
Burton 1-0 Blackpool
Chesterfield 7-1 Shrewsbury
O’Shea 28 Whitbread 66
Pen 81, 89
Simons 73, 87
Crewe 0-5 Coventry
Armstrong 11, pen 30, 45, Murphy 27, 85
Fleetwood 2-0 Bury
Gillingham 3-0 Bradford
Oldham 1-1 Colchester
Murphy 5 Porter 81
Port Vale P-P Swindon
Scunthorpe 1-1 Wigan
Williams 20 Jacobs 34
Sheffield United 2-3 Peterborough
Sharp pen 32 Washington 18, Oztumer 48, Samuelsen 84
Baldwin og 84
Southend 0-3 Doncaster
Williams 44, Taylor-Sinclair 54, Tyson pen 58
Walsall 0-3 Rochdale
Henderson 3, Andrew 58, 77
Barnsley lie in 17th place in the Sky Bet League One with 27 points from 24 games.
We are 13 points off the Play-Offs, 23 points off the Automatic Promotion Places, 24 points off First place and 2 points above the Relegation Zone.
Up to 3/1/16
Johnstones Paint Trophy Northern Final First Leg: Barnsley v Fleetwood Town Saturday 9th January 2016. Kick-Off: 3pm.
All tickets: £5
On The Road:
Sky Be League One Matchday Twenty-Five: Shrewsbury Town v Barnsley, Saturday 16th January 2016 Kick-Off 3pm.
Senior Over 65: £15
Student with valid NUS: £15
Young Adult aged 16-18 years: £14
Juvenile aged 12-15 years: £10
Juvenile aged 11 and under: £8