|Venue: The Den
MILLWALL'S FA Cup quarter-final with Blackburn Rovers will go to a replay at Ewood Park on Wednesday after the sides cancelled each other out at The Den.
The Lions will feel aggrieved not to have won after striker Rob Hulse spurned a golden opportunity midway through the second-half when he fired over from inside the six-yard box.
Kenny Jackett made sweeping changes to his starting line-up following the midweek loss to Wolves, bringing in Alan Dunne, Jack Smith, Liam Trotter, Dany N'Guessan, Hulse and Andy Keogh.
Millwall lined-up in a 4-3-3 formation with Chris Taylor, typically a wide man, operating in a central role, while Blackburn handed striker Leon Best his first start of the season.
The game began at a frantic pace with plenty of blood and thunder, albeit little quality, with neither side prepared to take a risk that could cost them the crucial first goal.
Smith had the first shot in anger in the 20th minute when Dunne's cross was punched clear by goalkeeper Jake Keane to the edge of the area, but the ball flew well wide.
Liam Trotter went much closer moments later when his curling effort from 25 yards dropped a yard wide, before former West Ham midfielder David Bentley drove a free-kick into the wall.
On the half-hour mark, Hulse nodded in Taylor's corner but referee Martin Atkinson penalised a foul by N'Guessan on Kean as the ball came into the box and ruled the goal out.
The Lions were slowly working their way through the gears and a half-chance fell Hulse's way when Dunne rifled a defensive header back into the area, but his cross-shot evaded the QPR loanee.
The best chance of the half fell to Keogh when Smith cut in from the left flank and clipped a flighted cross to Keogh at the back post, but his header came off the inside of the post.
Blackburn top scorer Jordan Rhodes had been uncharacteristically quiet in the opening 45 minutes and he fired over after Bentley's cross fell to him at the back post at the start of the second period.
Keogh then fired tamely at Kean before captain Danny Shittu blasted an astonishing 40-yard drive towards the top corner that the Rovers 'keeper tipped over for a corner.
Millwall should have taken the lead in the 63rd minute when Smith's cross-field pass was knocked back across goal by Keogh, but Hulse somehow lofted the ball over from close range.
Dunne then crossed for Keogh but the striker could not direct his header goalwards before Shane Lowry made an important block to divert Rhodes' shot over the bar.
The visitors went close to breaking the deadlock in the 77th minute when Josh King's close-range header clipped the woodwork before Shittu's ferocious drive was parried by Kean at the other end.
Both sides huffed and puffed in the closing stages but neither could find a winner.