Millwall are still searching for their first away win of the season after a 2-2 draw with Queens Park Rangers.

The Lions led early through Conor McLaughlin and Jed Wallace, however they surrendered their two-goal lead to share a point with their west London rivals.

Neil Harris' men have accrued two points from their opening four away games in the Sky Bet Championship so far.

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Archer’s early season woes are behind him

Boosted by a recent call-up to the Scotland national team, Archer put in another heroic display and deserved to leave Lotfus Road on the winning side last-night.

He made save after save to keep QPR at bay in the first-half. Most notably, denying Massimo Luongo not once, but twice, during a frantic spell in the closing stages of it.

He made further stops to keep out Matt Smith’s header and Josh Scowen’s long-range strike late on, but was helpless when the Hoops’ sub crashed home their 85th minute equaliser.

Millwall's first win on the road is not far away

The last time Millwall played at this level they got their first away win in their first away game. Although this time they are finding the going a lot tougher, you get the impression that win isn’t too far away.

Lions fans will be scratching their heads at how they have only managed to accumulate two points from their four away games so far, but if they continue to perform how they did at Nottingham Forest, Bristol City and last night, then that win will come sooner rather than later.

Gregory was hard done-by

Described by his Neil Harris as ‘a yellow card at worst, if not, at 50-50’, Millwall’s number 9 can consider himself extremely unfortunate.

It was a loose ball that Gregory and Scowen were fully committed to, with the latter seeming to come out worse off, which seemed to sway the decision to dismiss the Millwall man.

Harris said the club will almost certainly appeal the decision.

Luck was not on Millwall’s side

Luck certainly seemed to evade the Lions at Loftus Road.

It started with Lee Gregory being unfairly sent off four minutes before the break and ended with QPR’s equaliser hitting substitute Jake Cooper to land perfectly for Matt Smith to lash home.

Amongst the chaos Steve Morison nearly opened his account for the season, but he was unfortunate to see his audacious 40-yard effort landed the wrong side of the post.

Steve Morison, Captain fantastic

If there was ever a player to epitomise what Millwall Football Club are all about, Steve Morison is your man. Led by example throughout and nearly scored what would have been a contender for goal of the season. Despite losing his striking partner and having to play more than 50 minutes on his own, he worked tirelessly to retain possession for his side, getting them high up the pitch whenever possible.

The skipper must have covered every blade of grass at Loftus Road.