|Venue: The Den
MILLWALL were held to a frustrating goalless draw by ten-man Doncaster.
Rovers had Abdoulaye Meite sent off late in the first half but the Lions could not capitalise.
They had 67% of the possession and 19 shots on goal but the visitors defended resolutely after Meite's dismissal and somehow held on to claim a point.
Owen Garvan was missing for Millwall through illness and was replaced in the starting XI by Scott McDonald as boss Ian Holloway made just the one change.
As could be expected in a game between two lowly teams, the opening exchanges were cagey although the Lions' every attack was met with a roar by an expectant home crowd.
Lee Martin continued where he had left off against Middlesbrough by whipping a low cross into the box in the ninth minute which was scurried to safety by the visitors.
Martin again caused problems for Rovers when he cut inside and floated a cross towards the far post, with Carlos Edwards and Maierhofer close to heading it home.
The winger's centre from the opposite flank was then half-cleared to McDonald, whose shot from the edge of the area was blocked behind for a corner.
In the 33rd minute, Edwards blasted high and wide from a promising position before Shaun Williams headed a corner into the arms of 'keeper Sam Johnstone.
Doncaster were reduced to ten men just before the break when Meite raked his studs down Maierhofer's knee, leaving referee Fred Graham with no choice other than to dismiss him.
Malone then looped a half-volley over the bar as the half finished goalless.
Holloway withdrew Woolford at the interval and brought on Steve Morison, deploying him on the right flank.
Millwall began the second period on the front foot with McDonald's shot from the edge of the box deflecting narrowly wide.
Williams' drive was pushed away by Johnstone before the Manchester United loanee made a stunning save to keep out Morison's ferocious half-volley.
Morison then headed against the bar from Martin's corner as the Lions poured on the pressure.
Sub Simeon Jackson looked certain to score when Morison's cross flashed across the face of goal, but a Doncaster defended made a vital last-ditch interception.
As the fourth official signalled three minutes of additional time, Morison and Mark Beevers, now operating as a forward, both saw shots blocked in front of goal.
That proved to be Millwall's last chance as they extended their unbeaten run to six games but were left to rue two points dropped.