First-half double enough for Millwall to see off Swindon
First-half strikes from Lee Gregory and Aiden O'Brien earned Millwall a comfortable 2-0 win over Swindon and only their second home victory of the season.
The defeat, which stretches the Robins' winless run to seven league games, leaves Mark Cooper's side sitting just above the drop zone on goal difference.
Millwall were rampant throughout and were unlucky to head into the break only two to the good.
First Gregory fired home from O'Brien's seventh-minute cross before the winger got in on the act himself, blasting a loose ball past the helpless Lawrence Vigouroux in the Swindon goal.
Steve Morison squandered no less than four chances to add to the tally, forcing Vigouroux into three fine saves as the home side dominated.
After the break, first Shane Ferguson then Gregory wasted golden opportunities when clean through before Morison and George Saville both hit the woodwork in a matter of seconds.
Swindon, bereft of any confidence, failed to muster a clear opening and were grateful to Vigouroux for keeping the score to two.