Tim Cahill was an 88th-minute substitute for Millwall overnight as the extreme weather conditions played havoc with the fixtures in England.
Shaun Hutchinson was on target for Millwall at The Den on Saturday cancelling out Bryan Oviedo's strike in a 1-1 draw.
The Lions' unbeaten run to nine matches with Cahill on for Jed Wallace in the final minutes of the match.
But the extremely snowy conditions in England forced the postponement of a number of fixtures, including the all-Aussie clash between Mile Jedinak's Villa and Massimo Luongo's QPR.
Also postponed was Jackson Irvine's Hull City, whose clash with Ipswich will now be played on March 13 at Portman Road.
Additionally, in League One, Brad Inman and play-off hopefuls Peterborough United had their match at second-placed Shrewsbury postponed due to the extreme weather.
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