|Wiseman og 77||Venue: The Den
SCOTT Wiseman's own goal handed Millwall a vital win over Barnsley.
The Lions had not won in their previous six league games and it looked as though that run would be extended to seven after 77 uninspiring minutes.
But Tykes defender Wiseman scored a suitably scrappy goal when he headed Liam Feeney's deflected cross into his own net.
Steve Lomas lost midfield duo Liam Trotter (groin) and Jimmy Abdou (knee) to injuries during the week, so Guy Moussi and Richard Chaplow came into midfield.
Scott Malone and Scott McDonald were passed fit to start, while Mark Beevers returned to the heart of the defence in place of Danny Shittu.
After a dull opening, the game threatened to spring into life when Martyn Waghorn cut inside his man and advanced towards the edge of the area, but he scuffed a shot well wide.
David Forde made a vital intervention at the other end to swipe the ball away from Jim O'Brien, who had got in behind Millwall's back four.
Visiting goalkeeper Jack Butland was forced into his first meaningful save of the afternoon to keep out Martyn Woolford's low drive following good work from McDonald.
In the 28th minute, Chaplow's cross dropped perfectly to McDonald but the striker missed his kick and Moussi's follow up was blocked.
Barnsley instantly turned defence into attack but Marcus Pederson selfishly went for goal with two men either side of him and Forde held onto his strike with ease.
On the half-hour mark, Waghorn's curling free-kick was plucked out of the air by Butland, whose opposite number Forde denied Jacob Mellis the opening goal with a sprawling save shortly afterwards.
Moussi and Nicky Bailey both blasted high and wide from distance before the break as the opening half petered out into a stalemate.
Barnsley nearly took the lead within 60 seconds of the restart as Mellis' header at the far post cannoned off Justin Hoyte and flew just wide of his own goal.
And Malone's misjudged back pass nearly let in Wiseman for the opener but Forde made a point-blank save and the ball deflected behind for a corner.
Butland made a stunning save to deny substitute Morison in the 75th minute after the striker was picked out by Malone's inch-perfect pass.
But the Stoke City loanee was soon picking the ball out of his own net as Wiseman inadvertently headed in Feeney's cross from the right flank.
Millwall's goal came under threat only once in the remaining 13 minutes as sub Jason Scotland turned in the area and rifled half a yard wide.