|Morison 9, Woolford 55||Venue: The Den
|Reid 36, Chalobah 65|
MILLWALL were forced to settle for a point after being pegged back twice by Nottingham Forest at The Den.
Steve Morison's superb opener was cancelled out by Andy Reid's 25-yard drive before Martyn Woolford restored the Lions' lead after the break.
But Chelsea loanee Nathaniel Chalobah headed in from a corner to level the scores again.
Steve Lomas made five changes to his side following the defeat at Leicester City, with Alan Dunne, Liam Trotter, Lee Martin, Martin Waghorn and Steve Morison coming in for Guy Moussi, Liam Feeney, Richard Chaplow, Justin Hoyte and Scott McDonald.
Millwall could have fallen behind in the fifth minute when Henri Lansbury intercepted Trotter's pass in a dangerous area, but the former Arsenal man sliced wide with two runners either side of him.
Instead it was the Lions who took the lead in style through Morison, whose sweetly-struck half volley left Karl Darlow with no chance.
Darlow made an important block in the 22nd minute to keep out Waghorn's low drive from a tight angle.
Morison, making his first start since August, dispossessed Nathaniel Chalobah before sending a shot narrowly wide with the outside of his foot as Millwall pushed for a second.
They had claims for a penalty turned down when, after Morison's clever flick, Martin advanced into the area before going down under the challenge of Reid.
But Forest drew level in the 36th minute when the midfielder's swerving long-range shot beat David Forde at his near post.
Jamie Mackie could have completed a rapid turnaround with 90 seconds when he bundled his way goal-side of the Millwall defence, but the striker blazed over.
The Lions survived an early scare at the start of the second half when Chalobah won an aerial challenge with Trotter and Simon Cox nearly poked the loose ball past Forde.
Lomas' side took full advantage of their reprieve in the 55th minute when Woolford beat Eric Lichaj to Morison's pass and diverted the ball into the corner.
The home fans were howling for a spot kick moments later when Martin was again sent flying in the area, this time by Jack Hobbs' trip, but referee Dean Whitestone was unmoved.
And Chalobah rose highest to nod in Reid's corner in the 65th minute to draw the visitors level again.
Millwall pushed for a winner in the closing stages but substitute Liam Feeney and Morison both spurned half-chances.