|Williams pen 57, Jackson pen 88||Venue: The Den
|Keane 65, King 90|
MILLWALL twice took the lead against ten-man Blackburn but were denied three points by Josh King's stoppage-time equaliser.
Shaun Williams scored his first goal for the club from the penalty spot after Grant Hanley was sent off for pulling back Steve Morison to put the Lions in control.
But when David Forde failed to claim a corner, Michael Keane headed in the equaliser.
The hosts thought they had stolen victory when Simeon Jackson was tripped by Keane in the area and scored from 12 yards, but King poked in at the death to the disbelief of The Den.
Ian Holloway made four changes to the side that started against Birmingham in midweek.
Mark Beevers, Shaun Williams, Fred Onyedinma and Carlos Edwards came into the starting XI as Millwall lined up in a 4-4-2 formation.
The first chance of the game went to Millwall when Owen Garvan swung a corner into the box and Scott McDonald's powerful header was palmed over the bar.
Goalkeeper Paul Robinson made his second save of the afternoon in the fourth minute when he held onto Morison's downward header from another Garvan delivery.
Luke Varney should have broken the deadlock at the other end but Forde spread himself well to keep the striker's shot out.
Garvan hammered the inside of the post in the 15th minute before Hanley's free header looped over as both goals lived a charmed life.
Mark Beevers nodded over, Corry Evans sliced wide and McDonald stung the palms of Robinson as the sides traded chances before the break.
After a lacklustre first half, the game sprung into life when Morison was hauled to the ground by Hanley, who was shown a red card by referee Nigel Miller.
Having missed from the spot against Blackpool earlier this month, Morison handed over penalty-taking duties to Shaun Williams, who made no mistake.
McDonald nearly made it 2-0 when he cut in from the left flank, drove into a pocket of space and unleashed a swerving drive that drifted narrowly wide.
But Blackburn drew level in the 65th minute when Kean beat Forde to Craig Conway's left-wing corner and headed home.
Forde redeemed himself to deny Keane another goal with a full-stretch save before Jackson scuffed an effort straight at Robinson having been teed up by Morison.
Keane's reckless lunge on Jackson resulted in another penalty two minutes from time and the Canadian international swept his shot into the corner with confidence.
Jackson should have made the game safe when he was played through by fellow sub Stefan Maierhofer, but Robinson made a vital close-range save.
And that miss was punished when Tommy Spurr's long throw into the box caused havoc and King stabbed the loose ball into the corner to salvage a point for Blackburn.