|Ralls 64||Venue: Huish Park
STEVE Morison struck 15 minutes from time to earn Millwall a point in a nervy basement battle with fellow strugglers Yeovil Town at Huish Park.
Joe Ralls put the home side in front with a cushioned volley from fellow substitute James Hayter's centre, but Morison headed in Scott Malone's cross to level.
Both sides spurned chances to win it late on but were forced to settle for a point.
Ian Holloway made five changes to the side beaten 3-1 by Burnley, with David Forde, Danny Shittu, Richard Chaplow, Simeon Jackson and Scott McDonald all starting.
The Millwall boss went with an attacking 4-2-3-1 formation, which saw Chaplow and Martyn Woolford sitting in front of the defence behind four strikers.
One of those frontmen, DJ Campbell, had the first meaningful effort on goal when he drilled narrowly wide of the near post in the 14th minute of the match.
But it was the Glovers who had the best of the chances in the first half.
Ishmael Miller's deflected effort struck the crossbar before the Nottingham Forest loanee wriggled past Ryan Fredericks but fluffed his lines when through on goal.
Forde was kept busy on his return to action and made further saves from Miller and Joel Grant during a spell of Yeovil pressure.
The Lions nearly stole the lead against the run of play two minutes before the break, but McDonald could not convert Morison's flick on at the far post.
Fredericks had the first effort on goal after the restart when he looked to place a low shot into the bottom corner, but scuffed his effort straight at Marek Stech.
Morison headed Jackson's cross into Stech's arms before the latter was replaced by Liam Feeney.
Miller had the ball in the back of the net soon after but the whistle had long been blown by the referee for a clear tug on Shaun Williams.
But Yeovil did take the lead when Ralls arrived late in the box to steer Hayter's lofted pass into the bottom corner.
In the 73rd minute, Morison teed up Woolford for a long-range effort but Stech was equal to the midfielder's strike, making a full-stretch save.
Morison equalised, though, on the next attack when he diverted Malone's hanging cross into the far corner from six yards.
Sub Adam Morgan drilled inches wide for the hosts before Shittu nodded over the bar with the last action of the game as it finished 1-1.