Millwall earned a hard-fought draw against Derby at The Den as they made it nine games unbeaten on their own patch.

Jed Wallace had a golden chance to turn that point into three, but Scott Carson was equal to his powerful drive from 18-yards.

The Lions came even close late on, but Shaun Hutchinson’s goal-bound effort was blocked on the line by the County defence.

Jordan Archer – 6 – Used his get out of jail card after 20 minutes as he spilled a cross into the path of Vydra, only for Hutchinson to make a sensational block. A spectator other than that, despite plenty of Derby pressure.

Conor McLaughlin - 7 – Defensively looked good, but when he got forward his delivery let him down, hitting the first man on more than one occasion.

Shaun Hutchinson - 9 – Made one of the blocks of the season to deny Matej Vydra a certain goal from a few yards out. Sensational all-round display. Did everything to prevent Derby scoring and fully deserved his clean-sheet. Man of the match.

Jake Cooper - 8 – Like Hutchinson, another excellent performance. Didn’t lose a header all night and reduced the Derby forward-line to a limited amount of chances.

James Meredith - 6 – Had a tough evening. Misplaced a pass early in the first-half and generally struggled against the tricky Weimann. Improved in the second-half making some pivotal blocks.

Jed Wallace - 6 – Frustrating evening. Didn’t get the chance to run at defenders like he loves to do and was wasteful when he did get the chance.

Shaun Williams – 6 - Didn’t have the time on the ball to express his passing ability, although, he did produce a moment of magic to set Gregory away in the second-half with an outrageous 70-yard ball.

George Saville – 6 – Got stuck in, winning the ball back a couple of times, but was wasteful with the ball, gifting the ball to the opposition far too often.

Shane Ferguson - 6 – Put over a few dangerous crosses and worked extremely hard for his team but struggled to show much quality.

Tom Elliott - 6 – Had an early strike that tested Carson but struggled to have any sort of impact on the game.

Lee Gregory – 8 – Chased down every lost cause and was denied what looked like a stone-wall penalty during the first-half as he was kicked by Tom Huddlestone. Had one chance in the second-half but was bundled out of it.


Fred Onyedinma - 6