Millwall squandered another opportunity to achieve their first away win of the season as Callum McManaman's 84th-minute goal canceled out Tom Bradshaw's second-half opener.

The Lions are now without a win in seven games as they sit 18th in the table before they host Leeds United for an enthralling clash at The Den on Saturday. 

Neil Harris made four changes going into the fixture, replacing captain Alex Pearce for Shaun Hutchinson with Murray Wallace slotting in for the suspended Shane Ferguson at fullback, while Tom Bradshaw and Connor Mahoney also returned to the starting line-up. 

Being the first league fixture between the pair since 2008, the game held a fierce tenor from the off as both sides showed one another they were in a contest by not shying away from physical battles. 

However, Luton quickly imposed their passing style on the half, leading the Lions to rescind back into their final third and allow the hosts to conjure the first chance of the match when Harry Cornwick connected with Dan Potts’ cross with his shoulder instead of his head on the goal line. 

The chance encouraged Luton to sought more pressure on the Millwall goal, and it, if it was not for Bartosz Bialkowski’s point-blank save from James Collins, drilled effort in the 19thminute the hosts would have been behind. 

After 30 minutes, Millwall finally found themselves in Luton’s 18-yard box when Bialkowski’s picked out Bradshaw with a long-ball over the top, and the striker did well to hold up the ball before laying the ball off for Matt Smith whose shot was blocked by Matty Pearson. 

In an attempt to impose themselves on the game, Harris introduced Ben Thompson for Connor Mahoney after the break to grant Jed Wallace a license to roam, and the winger’s flair began to impact the game. 

Wallace managed to find small pockets in-between Luton’s midfield and defence, which allowed the Lions to carryout slick interchanges and finally find the back of the net with their first clear-cut chance. 

Tom Bradshaw was the benefactor of the winger’s shot at goal after Luton Keeper Simon Sulga parried the shot straight into his path to allow him to net his second goal of the season. 

The blow left Luton dazed, as the hosts became ponderous in possession which allowed the visitors to muster another chance when Matt Smith missed a golden opportunity add a second after heading wide from four yards out four minutes later. 

However, Graeme Jones also showed great tactical awareness when substitute Callum McManaman poked home an equaliser in the 86thminute from Luke Bolton’s cutback. 

Millwall went close to going ahead for a second-time when Bradshaw scuffed a shot in injury time, but McManaman’s goal ensured the Lions squandered another chance to achieve their first away victory since March.