|Rhodes 22, Marshall 48, Dunn 85||Venue: Ewood Park
|Waghorn 42, Morison 88|
MILLWALL suffered their sixth away league defeat of the season at Ewood Park.
Jordan Rhodes scored his 12th goal of the campaign to put the home side ahead but the Lions went in level at the break thanks to Martyn Waghorn's goal.
Ben Marshall headed in unmarked to restore Rovers' lead before substitute David Dunn made it 3-1 after Millwall failed to clear a corner.
Steve Morison pulled one back two minutes from time and could have grabbed a stoppage-time equaliser when the ball broke to him in the area, but his low shot was tame.
Unsurprisingly boss Steve Lomas named an unchanged starting XI at Ewood Park following the 2-1 win over Wigan last weekend.
An early Millwall corner was cleared only as far as taker Feeney, who swung the ball back in and Beevers' looping header dropped wide.
The Lions carved out a trio of half-chances in the 13th minute, first when Feeney missed his kick on the edge of the area before Martyn Woolford's shot was blocked and Morison glanced a header over.
But the visitors fell behind when Rhodes took advantage of Beevers' slip on a slippery surface to beat Forde with an angled drive into the far corner.
On the half-hour mark, Woolford's low cross was nearly turned it his own net by Scott Dann before Morison's appeals for a penalty were waved away after the striker was bundled over.
But Millwall equalised three minutes before the interval when Morison latched onto Trotter's inch-perfect pass and squared the ball for Waghorn, who squeezed his shot into the net at the far post.
The Lions were not level for long though as Ben Marshall ghosted in between between the two centre halves to head in Tommy Spurr's cross in the 48th minute.
And it took a full-stretch save from Forde to prevent former Den winger Chris Taylor from adding a third goal moments later.
At the other end, Woolford showed great strength to hold off the challenge of Adam Henley before seeing his effort tipped over by Simon Eastwood.
Morison's header was held by Eastwood before sub Jermaine Easter saw his snapshot inside the area blocked and bounce kindly into the arms of the 'keeper.
Referee David Webb should have stopped play when Dunne was caught by a high boot inside Blackburn's half, but the game continued and Forde denied Rhodes as the home side countered.
But from the resulting corner, Dunn nodded in at the far post after flick ons from Dann and then Rhodes as the Lions' set-piece woes continued.
Morison made it 3-2 when he bundled in Andy Keogh's corner but his clinical instincts eluded him in the second of five additional minutes as he spurned a golden chance to level.