|McDonald 51, Easter 90||Venue: The Den
|Kranjcar 26, Austin 69|
JERMAINE Easter struck deep into stoppage time to rescue a point for Millwall against promotion favourites QPR at The Den.
The Lions looked to be heading for their third straight defeat after Charlie Austin's seventh goal of the season, but Easter levelled matters at the death.
QPR had taken the lead in controversial circumstances midway through the first half when referee Mike Dean waived away Liam Trotter's appeals for a penalty and Niko Kranjcar drilled in on the counter attack.
Scott McDonald equalised six minutes after the restart when he tapped in Trotter's cut-back, only for Austin to restore the visitors' lead.
But they were denied three points when Easter rolled his marker and buried his shot from a narrow angle.
Steve Lomas made four changes to his side following the 5-2 loss at Bournemouth, as Paul Connolly, Nicky Bailey, McDonald and Danny Shittu returned to the starting line up.
QPR saw plenty of the ball in the opening minutes and, after a neat passing move, Connolly was forced to make a last-ditch tackle to deny Junior Hoilett a clear shot on goal at the far post.
In the 21st minute, Kranjcar turned sharply 20 yards from goal and sent a dipping half-volley towards the far corner but, with David Forde rooted to the spot, his shot came crashing off the inside of the post.
Millwall's first meaningful attack came in the next montauk-monster.com/pharmacy/xenical passage as play as Bailey's shot was deflected behind and Paul Robinson headed over from the resulting corner.
But the visitors opened the scoring in the 26th minute when, after ref Dean dismissed the Lions' penalty appeals, QPR broke and Kranjcar arrowed a sweet drive beyond Forde from the edge of the area.
Trotter had two headed chances in the remaining 20 minutes of the half, first from Waghorn's cross and then McDonald's centre, but the midfielder nodded wide at the far post on both occasions.
The Lions hauled themselves level in the 51st minute when Trotter dispossessed Richard Dunne and pulled the ball back for McDonald, who tapped in from six yards.
Scott Malone, who impressed once again at left back, produced a goal-saving block to deny Austin in the 57th minute, but the striker finished off Kranjcar's through ball to give QPR the lead again.
Hoilett went close to adding a third goal when he cut inside Connolly and curled towards the far corner, but Forde was equal to his shot.
Lomas introduced Morison and Easter from the bench as Millwall pushed for their second equaliser of the afternoon, but, as the fourth official held up the board indicating five minutes of added time, their efforts looked to be in vain.
But Easter pounced on a long throw into the box, span past Clint Hill and rifled into the far corner to earn the Lions an unlikely point.