|Maguire 57||Venue: Hillsborough
MAGAYE Gueye hit a last-gasp equaliser to keep Millwall's unbeaten run alive.
The hosts opened the scoring when Chris Maguire's free kick squeezed through the wall and when Shaun Williams missed a penalty, the Lions were heading for their first defeat in 12.
But Gueye finished off a brilliantly-worked counter attack with a lethal finish in the final minute of stoppage time to rescue a point.
Ian Holloway made just the one change to his side following Saturday's win at Fulham, with Lee Gregory replacing Ricardo Fuller in the starting XI.
For the hosts, Jose Semedo replaced Keiran Lee, who suffered a groin injury at the weekend.
The Owls' £800,000-signing Stevie May had the game's first chance, hooking Joe Mattock's cross wide of the post in the third minute.
Millwall dominated possession in the opening stages, with the stats indicating they'd seen 69% of the ball after half an hour, but struggled to create clear-cut chances.
Lee Martin went close from a dead-ball opportunity but curled wide of Keiren Westwood's left-hand post from 22 yards.
At the other end, towering striker Atdhe Nuhiu sprung his marker at a corner but powered a header over the bar.
From the opposite flank, Jacques Maghoma's delivery was met by Tom Lees at the far post but his downward header was seized upon by David Forde.
The hosts grew in stature at the half wore on but Martyn Woolford spurned a golden chance to break the deadlock when he spooned over the bar from Gregory's clever cut-back.
Holloway's side survived a penalty scare on the stroke of half time when Forde's miscued clearance landed straight at the feet of Maghoma, who then went down under pressure from Shaun Williams.
Referee Nigel Miller waved away Wednesday's appeals and though he didn't book Maghoma for diving, Alan Dunne blasted the winger for simulation as he climbed to his feet.
Both sides made a sluggish start to the second half but the Owls broke the deadlock from a dead-ball situation in the 57th minute.
After Martin was harshly adjudged to have handled on the edge of the area, Maguire stepped up and slammed a shot through a flimsy wall and beyond the helpless Forde.
Woolford's 30-yard pile-driver brushed the roof of the net before Holloway introduced Fuller and Gueye from the bench as Millwall went in search of a response.
And with five minutes to go, the Lions were handed a lifeline when Martin was clattered by Westwood inside the area and ref Miller pointed to the spot.
After a long delay, Williams opted for placement over power but watched on in agony as his effort bounced off the post and away to safety.
That looked to be that, but the Lions managed to carve out one more chance deep into stoppage time – and this time they capitalised.
Edwards burst forward on the overlap and measured a precise pass into the feet of Fuller who, with his back to goal, showed great composure to lay the ball off to Gueye.
With Wednesday defenders lunging in from all sides, the Frenchman cut inside and rifled an unstoppable drive into the roof of the net before sprinting to the bench in celebration.