Here's how the Millwall players rated in their 0-0 draw with Birmingham.

Bartosz Bialkowski – 6
An easy night for Bart who didn’t have a save to make. I think it’s safe to say, he’s earned that this year.
Mahlon Romeo – 8
Quiet in the first half, Romeo failed to get forward as much as he would have liked. Much improved second half, some very good deliveries, driving runs and big tackles.
Shaun Hutchinson – 7
Another impressive display by Hutchinson, got forward well, defended well up against a good front two.
Alex Pearce – 6
Solid captain’s performance before being taken off to enable the switch to the back four.
Jake Cooper – 7
A good game, solid in the air as usual, allowed Hutchinson to do more of the overlapping in this one. His covering challenge on Scott Hogan denied a great chance for the visitiors.
Murray Wallace – 6
An improvement from Wigan, but not back to his best. Solid defensively but had a poorer game going forward, misplacing a fair few passes.
Ryan Woods – 8
Cool, calm and composed. The ginger Pirlo kept things ticking over for Millwall, recycling the ball well and keeping possession. Spent the second half spraying balls out wide with ease.
Jayson Molumby – 7
A shakier performance than usual from Molumby. A couple of misplaced passes, a couple of slips, but nothing to be too concerned by. Had a decent effort saved well by Camp in the second half.
Jed Wallace – 7
Not at his free-flowing maximum but found himself more central in the second half. Linked up well with Romeo and created some good openings.
Jon Dadi Bodvarsson – 6
A rare chance to start up front for Bod, didn’t make a great claim for the spot. His movement was decent but provide much threat other than a good header in the second half.
Mason Bennett – 7
Promising first start from the on-loan Derby man. Looked like, fast and dangerous going forward. Knows how to beat a man and will hopefully improve as his fitness builds.
Matt Smith – N/A

Tom Bradshaw – N/A
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