|Fuller 14||Venue: Bloomfield Road
RICARDO Fuller scored the only goal of the game to give Blackpool their first win in 19 attempts.
Striker Fuller headed in a 14th-minute corner before Steve Morison's penalty was saved by goalkeeper Matt Gilks.
Millwall hit the woodwork twice in the first half but were limp after the break and were not able to force Gilks into a meaningful save.
Ian Holloway made four changes to his starting line up – three of them enforced by injury.
Danny Shittu (leg), Scott Malone (hip) and DJ Campbell (hamstring) were all ruled out and replaced by Paul Robinson, Fede Bessone and Martyn Woolford.
Right back Ryan Fredricks also came in for Alan Dunne, who was rested after playing 90 minutes against Derby at the weekend.
Millwall spurned a golden chance to take the lead in the fourth minute when a defensive error let in Morison, whose lob sailed over Gilks but hit the bar and bounced clear.
Woolford's header from Fredericks' dangerous cross was then blocked before Shaun Williams' drive was closed down and Owen Garvan's follow up was saved.
David Goodwillie's curling effort came back off the foot of the post at the other end as Blackpool registered their first meaningful effort on goal.
In the 15th minute, Garvan sprayed the ball wide to Woolford but his shot was tame. And the hosts took the lead soon after when Fuller's header crept in.
The Lions should have restored parity when Morison was bundled over in the area and a penalty was awarded, but the striker saw his effort saved.
Woolford then smacked the outside of the post as Millwall continued to create the better of the chances.
Tony McMahon went close to adding a killer second goal for the hosts shortly before the break but his curling effort narrowly cleared the bar.
The second-half was a near non-event as the hosts closed the game out.
Goodwillie went close to doubling Blackpool's lead but David Forde denied him with a full-stretch save.
The Lions' only two efforts of note were Paul Robinson's tame header and Williams' curling free kick, which Gilks caught with ease.
Holloway introduced Simeon Jackson, Fred Onyedinma and Richard Chaplow from the bench but Millwall lacked the fluency of their first-half display and limped to defeat.