Millwall v QPR player ratings

QPR edged a step towards Championship safety by securing a point in a tense derby at Millwall. Here’s how we rated each Rangers player in the 0-0 draw.

Joe Lumley: 7

Well protected by an improved defence. Did well to keep out Jake Cooper’s second-half header and always looked assured when collecting balls into his area.

Darnell Furlong: 6

Did a solid job at right-back and offered his centre-backs good cover through the middle when needed.

Toni Leistner: 6

Battled on his return to the side. Caught out on the odd occasion but was sound enough.

Joel Lynch: 6

Somewhat fortunate when bringing down Lee Gregory as they chased a ball over the top in the first half, but like Leistner he was solid and battled well.

Ryan Manning: 8

Deployed at left-back in the absence of Jake Bidwell, Manning was excellent. He thwarted Millwall playmaker Jed Wallace with countless blocks and perfectly-timed challenges – and all without getting great deal of support from Luke Freeman. He also cleared Alex Pearce’s second-half header off the line.

Josh Scowen: 7

Playing on the right of midfield, Scowen did the job asked of him very well. He worked tirelessly, covering plenty of ground, and looked to deliver crosses into the box at every opportunity.

Geoff Cameron: 6

An improvement on a poor display at Norwich. His sharpness seems to be returning following his recent injury lay-off and he held his own in midfield against a rugged Millwall side.

Massimo Luongo: 6

Also competed well in the middle of the pitch. His return after illness boosted Rangers.

Luke Freeman: 6

Created a chance for Nahki Wells in the first half. Not at his best but always looked QPR’s most creative player and got through plenty of work off the ball.

Nahki Wells: 6

Denied by a last-ditch challenge by James Meredith after being set up by Freeman in the first half. It was the out-of-form striker’s only real sight of goal before he was taken off just after the hour mark. He worked hard up front though.

Matt Smith: 6

Posed the inevitable aerial threat, going close with a couple of headers.

Bright Osayi-Samuel: 6

Lively after coming on, but his touch let him down at vital times and he couldn’t find a way past keeper David Martin after finding himself through on goal.

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