|Venue: iPro Stadium
MILLWALL boosted their survival hopes with a smash-and-grab win over third-placed Derby County.
Steve Morison headed in his sixth goal of the season just after the hour mark to put the Lions ahead and the visitors defended their lead resolutely.
And as the Rams poured forward in search of an equaliser, Morison and substitute Martyn Woolford both spurned chances to make the game safe on the break.
But one goal proved enough as Ian Holloway's side held on to claim their first away win in the Championship in six months.
Alan Dunne and Lee Martin returned to the Millwall side after spending recent weeks on the bench, while DJ Campbell and Morison were also included again in the starting XI.
Ryan Fredericks, Simeon Jackson and Woolford dropped out and were named among the substitutes but Jermaine Easter was missing with a thigh strain.
The hosts, who had won their last four games at the iPro Stadium, started strongly and had the first chance when Patrick Bamford headed wide from a free kick.
In the eighth minute, David Forde reacted quickly to smother Conor Sammon's close-range effort after the striker found space at the back post.
Simon Dawkins curled over before Ed Upson tested Derby goalkeeper Lee Grant for the first time with a stinging 30-yard drive.
Upson went close again when he hooked order lexapro Morison's knock down a yard wide of the far corner at the end of a sharp Lions move.
Morison then turned smartly to get the byline and pull the ball back for Scott Malone, who scooped a first-time effort well over.
Bamford curled wide at the other end as the sides went in level at the break.
Forde scampered off his line to smother Dawkins' close-range shot after the restart before Danny Shittu was forced off with an injury and replaced by Paul Robinson.
Millwall went in front in the 61st minute when Morison arrived late in the box to power home Martin's hanging cross in front of 500 delirious away fans.
Owen Garvan teed up Woolford for a chance to make it 2-0 but the midfielder's shot flew straight at Grant.
Morison spurned an even better opportunity moments later when Lewis Buxton's lapse let him in on goal, but Grant made a superb one-handed save to parry the striker's shot.
Malone's drive flashed across the Derby goal as the Lions continued to create the better of the chances, but they were under the cosh for seven minutes of additional time.
In fact, the visitors finished the game with ten men after Malone hobbled off injured but the Rams could not capitalise and Morison's goal proved to be the winner.