Millwall’s relegation fears continue to linger after they were held to a goalless draw by Stoke City at The Den.
Stoke’s best chance came before the break, James McClean crashing an effort off the underside of the bar before Joe Allen’s effort on the rebound was blocked on the line by Alex Pearce.
Visiting goalkeeper Jack Butland was not troubled until the 51st minute, with Jed Wallace going on a fine run before calling the England international into action from a tight angle.
Mahlon Romeo went for the spectacular to try to win it for Millwall, sending a half-volley just wide from 30 yards, before Lee Gregory sent a last-minute effort for the Lions over the bar.
Millwall may yet finish Saturday guaranteed a place in the second tier for another year, as defeat for third-from-bottom Rotherham United at promotion-chasing West Bromwich Albion would leave the Millers four points adrift of the Lions with one match remaining.
More to follow.