|Venue: Princes Park
MILLWALL started their pre-season schedule with a 1-0 win against Conference side Dartford.
Jermiane Easter scored the only goal after an hour as Ian Holloway fielded 25 of the 26 players that travelled to Princes Park, including trialists Magaye Gueye and Mathew Briggs.
The visitors started the better of the two sides with Gueye having the best chances.
Gueye's first opportunity came after seven minutes when the ball fell to him 25-yards out, but the former Everton man fired just wide of the target.
Eight minutes later, Gueye was in the thick of the action again.
At the end of a slick passing move, the French winger advanced to the right side of the Dartford penalty area only to curl just over the crossbar.
Millwall had another chance to break the deadlock on the half-hour mark when Briggs received a pass from Richard Chaplow and his arrowed effort struck the outside of the post.
Justin Hoyte, who had been impressive in the opening exchanges, was then forced off with an injury, with forward Aiden O'Brien his replacement.
Gueye, Millwall's most impressive player, had his third effort on goal in the 33rd minute but former Wales international Jason Brown held onto his shot.
Millwall made wholesale changes at half time, with a completely different XI lining up for the second period.
Five minutes after the interval, Lee Martin saw his free-kick from the edge of the area float over the crossbar.
But just past the hour mark, Ed Upson swept the ball to Carlos Edwards and his cross was curled into the bottom corner by Easter.
Goalkeeper Stephen Bywater had little to do at the other end during a largely uneventful second half, although Edwards was later forced off with a hamstring injury.
Millwall first half: Forde; Hoyte (O'Brien, 33mins) Robinson, Webster, Briggs; Abdou, Williams; Woolford, Chaplow, Gueye; Marquis.
Millwall second half: Bywater; Edwards (Nelson, 75 mins); Dunne, Beevers, Malone; Bailey, Wright, Martin (Onyedinma, 83 mins), Upson (Powell, 83 mins) ; Easter, Gregory.