Here's how we rated Millwall's players.

Jordan Archer – 6

Was a mere spectator for Joe Pigott’s strike that smashed off the post early on. He also managed to blast two balls outside the stadium in under a minute. Despite that, he collected well when called upon.

Mahlon Romeo – 6

Was defensively sound throughout as he gave Andy Barcham little time to breathe. He looked to have given away a penalty when he chopped the winger down but the linesman's flag was up for offside before the foul.

Jake Cooper – 6

His ongoing battle with Joe Pigott proved to be a great contest for the towering centre half. He nearly got himself on the scoresheet as an side-footed effort on the edge of the box drifted just wide.

Alex Pearce – 6

Despite having not played for the Lions since the third round victory over Hull City, the on-loan defender slotted in seamlessly into the back four. A solid performance from him.

Murray Wallace – 7

The converted full back seems to be forming a relationship with the FA Cup after his bullet header put the Lions ahead early on. He also carried out his defensive duties with resilience, taming the pacey Toby Sibbick throughout.

Shaun Williams – 6

Looked in his element at times as he always provided the option for transitional play for Millwall. His long-range effort forced Ramsdale into making an impressive save in the second half.

Ryan Leonard – 6

Despite assisting Wallace’s opener, the midfielder was nervous in possession as his decision to punt countless balls away left many asking questions. He also gave away a couple of needless fouls, which to his fortune did not result in any consequences.

Shane Ferguson – 6

As per usual, his set-piece deliveries were pitch-perfect but none of his team mates were able to match his quality in the final third. Aided Murray Wallace in defence by tracking back to double up on Toby Sibbick on the flank.

Aiden O’Brien – 5

A very quiet afternoon for the Republic of Ireland international. Only found the ball at his feet a handful of times, and his one chance in front of goal was a toe poke that was collected by Dons keeper Aaron Ramsdale. Substituted for Tom Elliott.

Jed Wallace – 6

His audacious free-kick in the first half whizzed wide of the bar, leaving the likes of Cooper and Pearce frustrated as it looked better suited for a cross. His play was wayward at times as he struggled to make an impact on the game. Had two decent half chances late on.

Lee Gregory – 7

Seemed isolated at times, playing as a lone striker for the majority of the game. However, he held the ball up well and brought his teammates into the game. The striker found his feet in the second-half and was Millwall’s most threatening player by a country mile.


Tom Elliott - 6

After missing out midweek through illness, the ex-Dons striker was applauded onto the field by both sets of fans. Failed to make the impact he would have wanted but was some well needed minutes after missing the last five weeks out with injury.

Shaun Hutchinson – N/A