Millwall failed to win for the fourth home game in a row as they played out an entertaining, if not frustrating 1-1 draw against Bristol City.

Here are how the players rated:

Bartosz Bialkowski – 6
Another quiet day for Bart, who was never really tested.

Mahlon Romeo – 5
A quiet game by Romeo’s standards. Defended well but couldn’t get forward as much as he would have liked.

Shaun Hutchinson – 6
Found it hard against Diedhiou, as most in the division would, but looked pretty solid throughout.

Jake Cooper – 6
Potentially lucky to get away with a handball shout, but a good defensive display.

Murray Wallace – 6
Tidy enough on the ball today and much happier in a back four. Still some weaknesses in his game but never looked in trouble.

Jed Wallace – 6
Best player in the first half, much improved one he swapped onto the right-hand side. Held onto the ball a bit too long throughout the second half.

Ryan Woods – 6
After a good game in midweek, Woods showed why there are still critics. Too slow and sideways in the first half. Played much more positively in the second half.

Jayson Molumby – 6
Probably the better of the two in the midfield in this one. Decent on the ball, his energy helped
improve the side in the second half.

Connor Mahoney – 6
A mixed bag again for Mahoney. Started brightly but faded out. His corner lead to Millwall’s
equaliser but didn’t impact the game that much.

Matt Smith – 7
People don’t like him, and he doesn’t offer much, but you can’t argue with his goal record. Didn’t impact the game much but he’s there when it counts.

Tom Bradshaw – 5
Bradshaw is in dire need of a goal. Didn’t contribute much today and put his best, albeit difficult, chance into the side netting.


Mason Bennett – N/A
Jon Dadi Bodvarsson – N/A
Aiden O’Brien – N/A