What the papers say: West Ham and Charlton grind out draws, despair for Millwall
Millwall's season went from bad to worse on Saturday with a 5-1 home defeat to Derby County.
There was better luck for Charlton and West Ham who registered points from tricky away trips.
West Ham had Jussi Jaaskelainen to thank for keeping Southampton at bay in their goalless draw on Sunday.
But the Finnish stopper is worried about the lack of goals for his side who have now gone three games without hitting the back of the net.
"We are creating chances, we just have to start putting them away," he told the Daily Mail.
In the Telegraph, chief sports reporter Henry Winter said the 'Super Sunday' clash was a "great advertisement for a good book".
The Independent agreed but said Sam Allardyce should be pleased with his day's work.
"Every time you don't concede a goal you know you've got a point at least," said the West Ham boss.
A little more excitement was found at Vicarage Road on Saturday where Charlton earned a hard-fought 1-1 draw with Watford.
A Yann Kermorgant goal early in the second half was cancelled out with 20 minutes to go by Daniel Pudil.
The Daily Star said Charlton boss Chris Powell was happy with the draw.
"I'm pleased with a point as it is a tough place to come," said Powell.
"It was quite a heated battle at times but we stayed strong and got our reward."
Amd the Daily Mail said a draw was the least Watford deserved.
The Addicks now head north to play Huddersfield on Tuesday, with Chris Solly not expected to be fit in time, and Kermorgant also a doubt after going off injured against Watford.
A Martyn Waghorn debut goal was all Millwall had to show from 5-1 drubbing at home to Derby on Saturday.
Manager Steve Lomas is now very much under pressure. Defender Danny Shittu said the side were distraught.
"You know when you have one of your lowest times in football, and I think that was it," he told the Daily Star.
"No team likes to lose but to lose the way that we did, everyone in the changing room was unhappy."
The Burton Mail, meanwhile, said it wasn't even Derby's best away performance of the season so far - with the Rams winning all four of their matches on their travels.
Meanwhile, former Millwall player Tony Cascarino called for the fans to give Lomas a chance.
"I've always thought the Millwall job is a very difficult one for a young manager," Cascarino told Talksport. "There's not a lot of money there and they've started badly. It's been a really horrible start and I know how difficult it can be there if things are going against you."
Millwall entertain league leaders Blackpool at The Den on Tuesday.