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Bristol City 1 Rotherham 1: Player ratings

Rotherham's impressive run of form continued as they earned a battling 1-1 draw at Bristol City.

Matt Derbyshire's fine finish put them ahead before Peter Odemwingie cancelled it out. 

It was a fine display, full of endeavour and spirit.

Here's how the players rated with the chance to add your own if you made the trip to Ashton Gate.

Lee Camp 9 – Another fine evening for Camp, whose levels of performance are as good as any other goalkeeper in the division. His save from Aden Flint in the first half was monumental.

Stephen Kelly 7 – Mr Dependable at right-back, the Millers conceded just a fifth goal with Kelly on the pitch.

Kirk Broadfoot 8 – The captain put in another inspirational performance, marshalling a fine battling defensive display.

Richard Wood 7 – Back in the side after injury, provided solid support alongside Broadfoot.

Joe Mattock 7 – As reliable as ever, Mattock coped with the lively Lee Tomlin and Adam Matthews well.

Greg Halford 7 – Proving so influential in that shield role in front of the back four, another impressive night and played on through injury.

Grant Ward 7 – Offered plenty of steel down the right and almost produced a fine assist for his namesake late on.

Richie Smallwood 7 – Buzzing around the pitch, Smallwood has fallen into background since Frecklington's return but he played his part here.

Lee Frecklington 8 – Lifted the side again with his relentless work-rate and desire.

Matt Derbyshire 7 – Took advantage of his suspension reprieve to put the Millers ahead in superb style and did a job on the left.

Leon Best 7 – Proving to be the target man that the Millers have been lacking for so long, he did a good job against tough opposition.

Danny Ward 7 – Came on for Derbyshire and looked bright. Could be being primed for Saturday.

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