Here's how News Shopper rated Millwall's players in their preseason defeat to Southend.

Ryan Sanford – 6 – Spilled Stephen McLaughlin’s long-range effort in the opening five minutes. Had a moment of miscommunication with Hutchinson. A valuable 90 minutes for Millwall’s academy graduate.

Shane Ferguson – 6 – Whipped in the cross that miraculously found its way into the back of the net, but the Northern Ireland international had a quiet evening, just like the rest of his teammates.

Murray Wallace –  6 – This was his first time back at centre back since his debut for the Lions. Slotted in seamlessly alongside Hutchinson at the back and never looked out of place.

Shaun Hutchinson – 5 – A shadow of his former self tonight. Was beaten at the near post by Robinson for Southend’s second and failed to convert a good chance at the back post in the dying embers of the game.

Danny McNamara – 5 – Displayed his offensive capabilities by assisting Jed Wallace on the overlap, however, Brandon Goodship highlighted the youngster's inexperience. He was beaten for pace, strength and quality by the Shrimpers' newest recruit.

Jiri Skalak – 6 – Showed great fitness to chase down Southend’s defenders and helped Ferguson carry out his defensive duties. That said, he failed to have the same impact he did against Gillingham on Sunday.

Ryan Leonard – 6 – The former Shrimper hustled and bustled with his former teammates. Dug deep and gained some valuable preseason minutes. 

Ben Thompson – 6 – Ran his socks off, but was clinical in the final third. His most memorable moment was a wayward shot that nearly hit a spectator watching from their flat outside the ground.

Jed Wallace – 5 – Was not his usual flamboyant self. Many times the winger’s first touch went out for throw. I didn't recall him whipping in a useful delivery.

Jon Dadi Bodvarsson – 5 – Failed to follow up his first full debut with a decent performance. There was little chemistry with Bradshaw up front as both strikers failed  to work off each other. Replaced by Smith.

Tom Bradshaw – 6 – Looked lively at times, but the lack of service for him meant he had a quiet evening in front of goal.