Here is how we rated Millwall's players in their defeat to Championship leaders West Brom:

Bartosz Bialkowski – 7

A busier day than Bart would have liked, especially in these conditions. Solid as ever, a good number of saves in the first half, not much he could do about the opener. Kept up his form the second half, saving Millwall on a number of occasions.

Murray Wallace – 5

Not the best game for Wallace. He doesn’t have the best touch most of the time, the pitch and the wind didn’t help him out at all today.

Jake Cooper – 6

Nervous start for Cooper, his mistake could have led to the opener in the first few minutes. Improved as the game went on, but I’m sure he’ll blame the wind.

Shaun Hutchinson – 6

Steady throughout despite a couple of slips and stumbles early on. Not his best performance. 

Mahlon Romeo – 7 

Some vintage driving runs to help out Jed Wallace ahead of him. Largely did well defensively up against a good player in Callum Robinson. 

Shaun Williams – 5

Williams partnered Woods well for most of the game, but it wasn’t his best game in terms of passing, misplacing quite a few balls in good positions higher up the pitch. 

Ryan Woods – 6

Woods continued his steady start at Millwall. Shows good composure on the ball and plays tidy passes in difficult areas. Nothing to write home about yet though from the ginger Pirlo.

Jayson Molumby – 7

This boy can run for days, Storm Ciara posed no problems for the young lad for Ireland. Played much higher up the pitch and had a big influence on Millwall’s forward play.

Jed Wallace – 6

A mixed bag for Wallace. Definitely our biggest threat but got a bit greedy on a couple of occasions, perhaps playing up for the cameras. 

Aiden O’Brien – 4

Never really in the game at any point. He had one half-chance in the first half but ended up taking an air shot instead of a crisp volley. 

Matt Smith – 5

You’d have thought the conditions could play to Smith’s advantage today, but the change of ends in the first half gave West Brom the wind behind them. Struggled to dominate two good centre-backs and was left isolated for long spells