Millwall have extended their unbeaten home run to three games as Jake Cooper headed home 20 minutes from time to earn the Lions a share of the spoils the Den. 

The Lions took the lead early on as Lee Gregory slotted home, and while Wolves struck back with goals from Diogo Jota and Romain Saiss, Cooper scored to salvage a point for Millwall. 

Neil Harris shuffled the pack by bringing to Conor McLaughlin, Shaun Williams and Tom Elliott from their 3-0 defeat at Derby County on Saturday. 

Despite some early possession from the league leaders, Millwall started the brighter side and Jed Wallace forced John Ruddy into an early save but he comfortably held his long-range effort. 

It didn’t take Wolves long to create chances of their own, though, as firstly Matt Doherty’s powerful effort was stopped by Jordan Archer before Helder Costa was denied by the Scotland international with his legs when one-on-one. 

Just as Wolves began to take control, Millwall took the lead. Wallace ran through the middle before a perfectly-timed pass found Lee Gregory, who made no mistake from 10-yards. 

Things nearly got worse for the visitors not long after, although Aiden O’Brien could only volley wide from George Saville’s inch-perfect cross. 

Wolves soon found their feet but Costa and Cavaleiro could only fire wide as they looked for an equaliser. 

Their equaliser did eventually come, right on the stroke of half-time. Costa turned James Meredith before finding Jota who converted from close-range. 

Millwall started the second half on the front foot and were inches from retaking the lead as the bounce of the ball found Gregory, but he couldn’t beat Ruddy at his near post. 

Despite the home sides good start to the half, it was Wolves that went ahead. Costa kept the ball alive before finding Romain Saiss who fired home from 25-yards. It was fine strike, however Archer will feel he should have kept it out. 

Wolves had chances to extend their lead, but Jota couldn’t divert Conor Coady’s shot past Archer and the leaders were made to rue their missed chances as Millwall levelled on 70 minutes.

Shaun Hutchinson flicked on a corner at the near post and Cooper was there to head home through a crowded penalty area at the back post. 

Both sides piled on the pressure late on, but they had to settle for a point apiece - one that will suit the Lions a lot more than it will Wolves.