|Venue: DW Stadium
MILLWALL came away with a point after playing out a goalless draw with Wigan in blustery conditions at the DW Stadium.
The Latics edged the possession stats but it was the Lions who had the game's best opening when a Lee Martin free-kick fell to Ricardo Fuller, who couldn't convert.
For the hosts, a fluke Callum McManaman cross-shot came back off the bar in the second half but they were booed off after a second straight stalemate at home.
Andy Wilkinson made his debut at right back in one of four changes for Millwall.
Ricardo Fuller, Lee Martin and Scott Malone also came into the side, having all impressed as substitutes against Wolves at the weekend.
Left back Matthew Briggs dropped to the bench but there was no place in the 18-man squad for either Jimmy Abdou or Aiden O'Brien.
The best chance of the first half came after just four minutes when Wigan winger James McClean fired wide of an unguarded net after David Forde's kick was charged down.
The hosts then went close through star man Shaun Maloney who, after a quickly-taken short corner, tested David Forde with a 20-yard drive that the 'keeper tipped over his bar.
Millwall started sluggishly but they came alive in the eighth minute when Australian Scott McDonald exchanged passes with Fuller before his low shot was blocked in front of goal.
With Fuller waiting to pounce, Martin's dangerous cross was claimed by Scott Carson before former Brentford midfielder Adam Forshaw dragged wide of the target at the other end.
Five minutes before the break, a slip in Wigan's midfield presented an opening to McDonald but he fired straight at Carson after advancing to the edge of the area.
Shortly after the restart, Oriol Riera put the ball in the net for the Latics but Marc-Antoine Fortune was flagged offside for his involvement in the build up.
In the 55th minute, Martin's set piece was chested down by Fuller in the box but, with just Carson to beat, the ball rolled away before he could get a shot off.
McManaman's cross then caught Forde by surprise and hit the woodwork before Richard Chaplow's defensive header narrowly cleared his own bar.
Sub Matthew Briggs fed the overlapping Malone in the dying seconds but the left back's teasing delivery flashed across the face of goal and beyond Fuller in the middle.
Neither side could create an opportunity in five minutes of added time – and in truth neither side deserved to take all three points.