The Suffolk side, who had not won in their six previous First Division matches, took the points courtesy of a fine 30-yard drive by Paul Mason which was totally out of keeping with an otherwise drab match.
Wolves were again booed and jeered off the Molineux pitch as they ended their run of four successive home defeats with an unsatisfactory goalless draw against Huddersfield. Mark McGhee's side had most of the play but it was still an ordinary performance.
Three second-half goals from Paul Holmes, Paul Peschisolido and Richard Sneekes enabled West Bromwich Albion to preserve their unbeaten away record with a 3-2 win at Swindon. Paul Allen and Peter Thorne scored for Swindon.
Blackpool were delayed by severe congestion on the M25 on their way to Millwall and their Second Division fixture kicked off 45 minutes late at 8.30pm. The away team's frustrating day continued as they lost 2-1. Anton Rogan scored both of Millwall's goals from the penalty spot after Chris Malkin had given Blackpool an early lead.Reuse content