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Preston 2 Rotherham 1: Player ratings

Rotherham's terrible away form continued as they fell to a last-gasp defeat to Preston on Saturday.

After taking the lead in the first half it was a backs-to-the-wall job after the break which looked like yielding a point until Jonson Clarke-Harris headed into his own net.

Here are the Millers' ratings from the game at Deepdale and the chance to add your own.

Lee Camp 9 - Defeat would have been settled long before injury time had it not been for a string of second-half saves from Camp, the most impressive a superb instinctive stop to keep out Eoin Doyle.

Shay Facey 7 - A solid debut from Facey, who has been training with the Millers for a while. He clearly has pace and the ability to get out of trouble and defended well.

Kirk Broadfoot 7 - Another powerful and battling display from Broadfoot who has become the kingpin of the Millers defence. Always in the right place and produced several vital headers and clearances.

Farrend Rawson 6 - It was a rare off day for Rawson, who was below his usual best. He hobbled off with injury in the latter stages.

Joe Mattock 7 - Mattock has quietly made the left-back position his own and again performed well at Deepdale. Produced some last-gasp blocks and got forward well.

Grant Ward 6 - It was one of those games for Ward where everything he tried didn't quite come off. Provided energy and legs but wasted the ball in good areas.

Richie Smallwood 6 - Never lacked for effort and was his bustling self but did not have the usual influence.

Lee Frecklington 5 - Not on the pitch long enough to make an impact and now looks like being out for several weeks with a hamstring injury.

Joe Newell 6 - He produced moments of the Newell we have seen over the last few weeks and remains dangerous with the ball, but did not do enough.

Tony Andreu 7 - Architect and scorer of the Millers' goal, Andreu's resurgence continues and he looked the most creative player until withdrawn due to a change of shape.

Danny Ward 6 - Things could have been so much different had Ward scored when being put through in the first half. Not at the level of recent games.


Paul Green 7 - After arriving as an early replacement for Frecklington, it was the most minutes Green has had since the Ipswich game and he let no one down. Solid on the ball and produced a goal-saving block from Joe Garner in the first half.

Jonson Clarke-Harris 4 - The Millers needed so much more from their striker, but he looked disinterested and void of effort. Proved once and for all that he cannot be relied upon in a lone striking role and a poor afternoon was topped off with the last-gasp own goal.

Danny Collins 5 - Came on for Rawson and won several important headers, but his skewed clearance gave Preston ground for the throw-in from which they scored the winner.

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