|Ings 29, 62, Marney 45||Venue: Turf Moor
BURNLEY came from behind to record a comfortable victory over Millwall.
The Lions took a shock lead through Martyn Woolford but the winger's opening goal was cancelled out within two minutes by top scorer Danny Ings.
Ings' penalty was saved by Stephen Bywater before Dean Marney gave the Clarets the lead, and Ings made the points safe with his second goal after half time.
Ian Holloway made four changes to the side beaten 3-0 by Reading, with Paul Robinson, Ed Upson, Lee Martin and Jimmy Abdou coming in for Mark Beevers, Josh Wright, Danny Shittu and Liam Feeney.
Scott Malone's early cross was tipped behind by Tom Heaton before Ryan Fredericks shot wide from distance as the visitors made a bright start.
Martin exchanged passes with Steve Morison on the edge of the area before the winger drilled well over the bar in the fifth minute.
Burnley's first effort on goal came when Sam Vokes beat Robinson to Kieran Trippier's near-post cross and headed over.
But Millwall took the lead in the 27th minute when a free kick into the box was headed clear to Woolford, who chested the ball down and lashed into the bottom corner from 20 yards.
The Lions' lead did not last long, however, as Ings turned sharply and finished well beyond Bywater.
Ings could have scored a second goal in the first half when he was tripped by Abdou inside the area, but Bywater parried his spot-kick.
The Clarets, though, did take the lead before the interval. Scott Arfield touched the ball off to Marney, whose first-time shot flew into the net.
Ings added a third goal in the 62nd minute when he latched onto Kieran Trippier's taking pass and poked the ball beyond Bywater.
Ryan Fredericks' deflected cross came back off the bar before Robinson's half-volley forced Heaton to make a safe as Millwall searched for a way back into the game.
But Burnley finished the game on top and would have added to their tally had Bywater not made superb saves to deny Michael Kightly and Junior Stanislas.