Millwall's 0-0 draw against Bradford City was a good point won.

Two teams in good form battled it out on Saturday, October 31, but ultimately only the side's defences ended the match victorious.

This match was always going to be harder than the home matches against Swindon Town and Doncaster Rovers who were both poor.

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Sometimes you just have to be satisfied at the end of the match that both teams have given everything and go home happy with the point.

The point means we are up to seventh place, just two points off the play-off positions, in a good place to challenge the teams around us.

The first half was lacking in chances for both teams but we had a good go at Bradford in the second half and only a great save by Bradford keeper, Ben Williams prevented Shaun Williams from scoring a stunning goal.

The draw keeps our unbeaten run going and given the injuries and suspensions we currently face, was a good result.

Lions skipper Tony Craig was forced off injured in the match making a vital challenge to add to the players currently missing. It's unclear how long he'll be out for.

Hopefully midfielder George Saville’s loan at Millwall will be extended which would be welcome given injuries to Nadjim Abdou and Ed Upson.

We have two FA Cup matches to give us a break from league action. I expect Neil Harris and his staff to stress the importance of these games to his squad and to make sure they don’t take the opposition teams lightly.

AFC Fylde make the trip down from Lancashire on Saturday, November 7 and ticket prices have been slashed.

Despite the FA Cup losing a bit of its glamour for clubs in the Premier League it is still seen as the best competition of its kind in the world for teams outside of the top flight.

We have great memories of the contest over the past dozen years and would like a good run this year to bring enjoyment to our supporters and an important cash injection if we can progress.

Following that match we make the long trip to the West Country to take on high-flying League Two side, Plymouth Argyle in the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy Area Quarter Final.

This match, on Tuesday, November 10, should be a tougher test but if we play to our potential and take enough of our chances we will have a good chance of progressing.

Ian Toal is a committee member at Millwall Supporters Club