|Venue: The Den
MILLWALL were held to a goalless draw by table-topping Nottingham Forest.
The Lions created the better chances on a misty afternoon at The Den – with Martyn Woolford and Mathias Ranegie both going close – but were forced to settle for a point.
Forest, who have already scored 17 goals this season, were restricted to just two shots on target and found themselves on the back foot for most of the second half.
The result saw the hosts slip to 11th in the table but halt a run of two straight losses.
Reacting to Tuesday's 3-2 defeat to Reading, manager Ian Holloway made four alterations to Millwall's starting XI.
Shaun Williams was passed fit to start after recovering from a dead leg, while Jermaine Easter, Mathias Ranegie and Martyn Woolford also returned to the side.
Having hit five goals past Fulham in midweek, Forest made a confident start to the game with Michail Antonio troubling the Lions from the first whistle.
Carlos Edwards was the man tasked with marking the powerful winger but he had to be stretchered off after landing awkwardly in just the fifth minute.
Jimmy Abdou slotted in at right back with Ed Upson coming on to replace Edwards, who was clapped off by the crowd as he was taken down the tunnel.
In the 13th minute, Millwall had a penalty appeal turned down by referee Graham Scott after Easter was sent tumbling as he latched onto Ranegie's pass.
Mark Beevers made a vital buy authentic accutane online last-ditch interception at the other end to prevent Jack Hunt's cross from reaching in-form striker Britt Assombalonga.
Assombalonga then headed straight at David Forde from point-blank range but the former Peterborough star was flagged offside from Henri Lansbury's free kick.
Martyn Woolford nodded a half-chance into the arms of goalkeeper Karl Darlow before Forest defender Hunt limped off with an ankle injury shortly before half time.
The second period began with a flurry of bookings as Lansbury, Beevers and Michael Mancienne all saw yellow cards for late tackles.
When the game settled, Millwall established a grip on proceedings and Woolford flashed a low shot through a crowd of players and inches wide of the post in the 56th minute.
Ranegie then latched onto Williams' floated free kick into the box but the Watford loanee's instinctive effort went straight at Darlow, who saved well.
Beevers sent a downward header wide of the near post before substitute Ricardo Fuller tested Darlow with a low drive as the Lions continued to dominate.
Forest were intent on slowing the game down and Darlow was belatedly booked by referee Scott for time wasting.
The visitors came alive in the final ten minutes, with Atonio heading tamely over the bar and Assombalonga failing to turn home a cross into the box.
But it was Millwall who spurned the final chance of the match as Scott McDonald fed the ball through to Malone, whose side-footed effort lacked the power to trouble Darlow.