|Woolford 82||Venue: The Den
MARTYN Woolford struck his seventh goal of the season to rescue Millwall a point in their basement battle with Bolton.
The visitors went ahead when Lukas Jutkiewicz's header crept inside the far post, but the striker missed the chance to make it 2-0 when his tame penalty was saved by David Forde.
That spurred on the Lions and they levelled eight minutes from time when Woolford hooked in from a tight angle.
Millwall's starting XI showed four changes from the midweek draw at Yeovil, with Alan Dunne, Ed Upson, Lee Martin and Jermaine Easter all coming into the side.
The Lions made a bright start and controlled possession during the early stages.
In the seventh minute, home debutant Upson's floated pass found the chest of Morison, but the ball was cleared off the striker's toes by an alert defender.
During the next phase of the same attack, Easter hammered a shot wide of the far post.
Bolton took the lead completely against the run of play when Chris Eagles' cross was glanced beyond David Forde and into the bottom corner, via the post, by Jutkiewicz.
Seeking an immediate response, Millwall saw two efforts cleared off the goal-line in quick succession – first by David Wheater to deny Martyn Woolford and then by Alex Baptiste to thwart Easter.
There was a hint of handball as Wheater blocked Woolford's ferocious drive in the 31st minute, but referee Simon Hooper dismissed the Lions' penalty appeals.
On the stroke of half time, Steve Morison teed up Martin for a shot from the edge of the area, but the winger's effort drifted wide.
Morison headed over from Woolford's corner before Wanderers winger Chris Eagles' free kick came back off the foot of the post.
Boss Ian Holloway took the bold decision to make a trip substitution in the 56th minute, bringing on Simeon Jackson, DJ Campbell and Scott McDonald.
Two of the new introductions combined to good effect as McDonald stood a cross up for Campbell, but the striker headed over.
Alex Baptiste had a goal ruled out for offside after a neat exchange of passes before Scott Malone's wicked cross was diverted away from Jackson, who looked certain to score.
Woolford and Malone both went close to levelling in quick succession, but Danny Shittu's handball gave Jutkiewicz the chance to put the game to bed – only for Forde to deny him.
And moments later, Morison's inch-perfect cross was met by Jackson, and although Bogdan blocked the initial shot, Woolford was on hand to turn in the rebound.
Despite five minutes of added time, neither side could find a winner.