|Lowry og 61, Smith 71, Beevers og 82||Venue: Portman Road
A DISASTROUS 20-minute spell saw Millwall suffer a 3-0 loss at Ipswich Town.
Own goals from Shane Lowry and Mark Beevers came either side of Tommy Smith's header as the Lions capitulated in the second half at Portman Road.
Loan signing Shaun Derry was handed a start in his first game alongside Nicky Bailey in central midfield, whilst right-back Jack Smith, who impressed against AFC Wimbledon in midweek, held onto the right-back berth.
Stephen Bywater had to be alert in the 5th minute to smother the ball at the feet of David McGoldrick, who had wrested his way goal-side of Beevers but failed to go around the Millwall goalkeeper.
At the other end, Bailey and Derry combined well to create an opening for Richard Chaplow, but he sliced well wide. Beevers' cross was then touched off by Morison to Keogh, whose shot was blocked.
McGoldrick went close again in the 17th minute when he headed a yard wide from Aaron Cresswell's free-kick, before Luke Chambers powered a header inches over from Carlos Edwards' corner.
Lions stopper Bywater was by far the busier of the two 'keepers and he was at full stretch shortly before half-time to palm McGoldrick's shot from a tight angle away from danger.
Millwall made a bright start to the second half and nearly took the lead when Chaplow got on the end of Derry's cross but headed wide from less than six yards.
In the 58th minute, James Henry nutmegged Cresswell and flashed a dangerous ball across the face of goal that Morison nearly turned it at the back post.
But the Lions fell behind in unfortunate circumstances moments later when Bywater parried Cresswell's cross against Lowry, who diverted the ball into his own net.
And it was 2-0 when Smith out-jumped Danny Shittu to head in Paul Anderson's free-kick from the right flank.
A third Ipswich goal was not long in coming and, for the second time in the match, it came via a Millwall player as Anderson's cross deflected in off Beevers.
The visitors had a golden chance to pull one back in the 85th minute but Henry blazed over an open goal with 'keeper Scott Loach lying helplessly on the ground.