Alan Dunne grabbed a late winner as Millwall banished any lingering relegation fears with a 1-0 npower Championship win over 10-man Leicester at the King Power Stadium.
The home side were rocked by captain Wes Morgan's early dismissal, but held firm for 87 minutes before seeing their promotion hopes suffer another blow as their winless run extended to six matches.
Millwall were disappointingly conservative considering their numerical superiority, but took the spoils when Irishman Dunne popped up three minutes from time to slot home Richard Chaplow's cut-back.
Leicester's hopes of ending their barren run were dealt a severe blow after only three minutes when skipper Morgan clumsily bundled into Andy Keogh and, as the last man, left referee Stuart Attwell little choice but to send him off.
Kasper Schmeichel brilliantly kept out Shane Lowry's 20-yard effort from the subsequent free-kick, but Leicester reorganised effectively and had their fair share of chances in th...