McMillan played defensive midfield in front of a back four of Penrice, Saunders, Anderson and Elliot. Slater and Spittal were in centre mid with Cardle and Storey as the wide men and McDonald up front.
So it was 4-1-4-1 or 4-1-2-3 depending on how you look at it. Or mibbes just plain old 4-3-3.
Thought McMillan was decent in midfield though a bit frantic at times, as if he wasn't used to being in there (understandable) and wasn't quite sure where he needed to be. But on more than one occasion he covered well at RB when Elliot had gone upfield (and Storey had lost possession, usually).