Jordan Archer – 6 – Nearly got beaten by a wonderful Jeremie Boga free-kick in the opening minute but was a spectator for most of the game.

Mahlon Romeo - 6 –Struggled at times against Boga’s pace and tricky and was unable to get forward at all. Careless in possession.

Shaun Hutchinson - 7 – Rarely threatened. Restricted the Blues to mainly shots from distance and dealt with everything else with an element of ease. It was his long pass forward that created havoc for the goal.

Jake Cooper - 7 – Most of Birmingham’s dangerous moments were from long-balls and set-pieces, which completely played into his hands and dealt with them all with confidence.

James Meredith - 7 – More than held his own against a difficult opponent in Jacques Maghoma, but barely set foot in the Blues half.

Jed Wallace - 8 – Came closer to scoring inside the opening 13 minutes but had his side footed effort saved. Came into the game in the second-half but was wasteful.

Shaun Williams – 7 – Showed some nice touches and put himself about as an experienced Craig Gardner.

George Saville – 8 – Came close to scoring twice in the opening 25-minutes and looked full of energy on what was his best display in weeks. Won the ball back on countless times and was excellent in possession. MAN-OF-THE-MATCH.

Ben Marshall – 5 – Barely had a kick all afternoon and was taken off with 25 minutes to go.

Steve Morison - 7 – Had a golden chance midway through the second-half but could only fire into the side-netting. Lethal in the air.

Lee Gregory – 7 – Hold-up play was superb bringing teammates into play whenever he could. Won Millwall several cheap free-kicks to give his side some rest bite when under pressure.


Fred Onyedinma – 8

Tim Cahill - N/A

Jason Shackell - N/A