|Venue: Keepmoat Stadium
CARETAKER duo Neil Harris and Scott Fitzgerald guided Millwall to a hard-fought draw at the Keepmoat Stadium in their first game in charge.
Doncaster substitute Federico Macheda went closest to scoring a winner when his shot came back off the post five minutes from time.
But the Lions were good value for their point and defended resolutely in the closing stages as Rovers pushed for a late goal.
They created a number of chances of their own but were wasteful in the final third.
Harris and Fitzgerald made five changes to the team beaten at Watford on Boxing Day, with Alan Dunne, Nicky Bailey, Richard Chaplow, Scott McDonald and Scott Malone all starting.
Youngster Fred Onyedinma was named in a first-team squad for the first time, taking his place on the bench, but Liam Trotter and Paul Robinson were ruled out with injury.
McDonald spurned an early half chance when, following good work by Scott Malone and Martyn Woolford, he fired into the side netting from a tight angle.
In the 11th minute, Morison's took on an ambitious half-volley 20 yards out but he could not keep his shot down and it sailed over.
Lowry's header from a Chaplow corner was cleared off the line in the 24th minute before Bailey's follow up was deflected wide.
Millwall were well on top at this stage and Woolford went close to breaking the deadlock when his low drive flashed inches wide of the post with 'keeper Ross Turnbull beaten.
Bailey twice tried his luck from distance as did Morison and Malone as the Lions pushed for the opening goal, roared on by a vocal away support.
Rovers had their first meaningful effort on goal in the 41st minute when Liam Wakefield headed over at the far post from Mark Duffy's teasing centre.
David Forde, Millwall's captain for the day, then had to push away Dean Furman's shot as the home side finished the half strongly.
Three minutes after half time, Chaplow's deep cross was headed over at the far post by Malone.
McDonald created an opening when he slid the ball into the path of the onrushing Chaplow, but the midfielder's shot whistled over the bar.
McDonald and Malone both fired over in quick succession as the Lions continued to create chances without forcing Turnbull into a meaningful save.
Another chance went begging in the 79th minute when Dunne's throw was flicked on by Morison to Woolford, who sliced over awkwardly.
Macheda rattled the woodwork before Forde made a full-stretch save to claw away David Cotterill's stoppage-time free kick as Millwall survived a late rally from the hosts.