Gary Rowett made three changes to the side that drew 0-0 with Birmingham on Wednesday night, as he continues to search for the right attacking formula.

Connor Mahoney started his first league game since the 11 th January.

Matt Smith and Tom Bradshaw also returned to the side, with the Lions matching Bristol City’s 4-4-2.

There were plenty of set pieces early on, and Bristol City took the lead on the 9th minute.

Right-back Pedro Pereira scored after a clever short corner to the edge of the box was only half cleared by the Lions.

Millwall reacted well to going behind and started to get into the Bristol City half.

Bradshaw went close on 17 minutes, heading just wide from Mahoney’s cross.

The home side stayed on top but couldn’t force any saves from Niki Maenpaa, with Bristol City
looking dangerous on the break.

But it was the away side that went in with the lead, neither team creating many chances.

Millwall were lacking zip, playing quite safe and slowly.

Rowett had obviously had words at half time, and it wasn’t long before the Lions drew level, Smith put pressure on Tomas Kalas, who bundled the ball into his own net from a Mahoney corner.

Some appealed for a foul as a number of players went down in the box, but to no avail.

Millwall were level with the bit between their teeth.

The noise inside the Den rocketed as City had to deal with wave after wave of Millwall attack.

Smith forced Maenpaa into another save, meeting Connor Mahoney’s cross with a good header on 57 minutes.

Tom Bradshaw then hit the side netting in the 65 th minute as the game started to even out.

Bristol City had a big appeal for handball in the 80 th minute, with Cooper appearing to block a cross with his arm.

The referee and linesman hesitated and ended up just awarding a corner.

Millwall had their own penalty claims waved away.

Jayson Molumby was taken out by Nagy as the Irishman jumped to block the City defender’s clearance.

Boos for the referee around the stadium as Rowett complained to the fourth official.

It was a frustrating end to the game, with a draw suiting neither side.

Millwall remain without a home win in four games, while Bristol City missed out on the chance to move into sixth.

Bialkowski; Romeo, Hutchinson, Cooper, M. Wallace; J. Wallace, Molumby, Woods,
Mahoney (Bennett 73); Smith (Bodvarsson 75), Bradshaw (O’Brien 84).
Subs: Steele, Ferguson, Pearce, O’Brien, Skalak.
Bristol City: Maenpaa; Pereira, Kalas, Baker, Dasilva; O’Dowda (Eliasson 83), Nagy, Sit mith, Paterson
(Wells 68); Weimann, Diedhiou.
Subs: Wollacott, Hunt, Eliasson, Williams, Benkovic, Massengo.