FURIOUS Derby defender Jake Buxton has accused Millwall's players of feigning injury during their 1-0 victory at the iPro Stadium.
The Lions could be missing three of their starting XI for Tuesday's trip to Blackpool after DJ Campbell (hamstring), Scott Malone (hip) and Danny Shittu (leg) limped off.
Goalkeeper David Forde also required treatment on a recently-discloated finger during the game on Saturday, while Shane Lowry took a heavy blow to the knee.
But Rams centre back Buxton claimed Millwall were deliberately disrupting the flow of the game with constant stoppages – a tactic he branded "embarrassing."
And he also lashed out at Lions boss Ian Holloway, who criticised the referee after the game.
Buxton said: "I don't know how he can moan about when eight of his players went down for over a minute.
"We've got to rise above what they were doing, but we got sucked into it.
"It was embarrassing. They kept going down, time after time. They've come and done a job on us and stopped us from playing.
"If I was the manager I would tell my players to get up. They're supposed to be Millwall but they were going down like softies.
"You don't expect it from any footballer – get up on your feet. That was what frustrated me."
"They parked the bus in front of their goal and made it hard for us to break them down. We didn't get the ball down and play with any fluency."