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Bolton 2 Rotherham 1: Player ratings

Rotherham suffered a damaging defeat to relegation rivals Bolton as they went down to an injury-time defeat.

Although well below their best, they had enough chances to take at least a point out of their game.

Here is how the players rated and the chance to add your own.

Lee Camp 7 – His save off Heskey in the first half proved crucial as it kept the Millers' deficit at just one. Handling proficient in testing conditions.

Frazer Richardson 7  Recalled to the side in place of Shay Facey and put in one of his best displays of the season.

Kirk Broadfoot 6 - Broadfoot's level is on the way down from the turn of the year. Struggled against Hesky at times and was wasteful in possession.

Richard Wood 7 - A first appearance of the season for Wood produced a solid display. He won his headers and defended well, but maybe could have done better with a chance in the final 10 minutes.

Joe Mattock 6 - A poor game by Mattock's standards. Struggled against Feeney and did not get forward.

Chris Burke 7 -Scoring for the second successive match, Burke showed his quality and all of his Championship nous. A delightful finish and a good all-round performance.

Grant Ward 6 - Central midfield at this stage in his career is simply not the best position for Ward. The Millers miss what he can bring from the right.

Richie Smallwood 6 - Busy performance but Smallwood could not get his grasp on the midfield.

Joe Newell 7 - His best performance for some time, he looked dangerous on the ball, but should have scored in the first half.

Andrew Shinnie 7 – The on-loan man looked the real deal on his first start with plenty of industrious runs and creativity. Let down only by missing two golden chances.

Danny Ward 6 - Still the only credible option in a lone role, but those back-to-back performances just before Christmas seem time ago. Hobbled off injured.

Paul Green 6 - Did little when he came on.

Jonson Clarke-Harris 6 - Put himself about but still runs away from the ball.

Agree with these ratings? Rate the players yourself below.

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