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Millers made to wait after but unbeaten run extends to 10

Story of the match

Rotherham's champagne remains on ice after results elsewhere meant that their 1-1 draw with Huddersfield was not enough to secure their Championship berth.

It looked like being another famous night at New York when Greg Halford's early goal put the Millers ahead but the Terriers were more than good value for their point, which came when Nahki Wells finally broke his duck against the men in red and white.

Indeed, the visitors looked the more likely to get the winner with Lee Camp redeeming himself for an error in Wells' equaliser with a string of second-half saves.

A point would have been enough to complete the great escape had play-off chasing Sheffield Wednesday been able to beat MK Dons, but the Millers' now head to Wolves knowing a point or anything other than an Dons win will be enough.

Good day
Greg Halford scored, though it may get taken off him, and was the best player on the field, again acting as a fine shield and also offering the most quality going forward.

Bad day
Graham Salisbury was a late replacement and most people would wish the referee had not turned up as he infuriated both sets of fans. 


Greg Halford (1-0, 10 minutes) - The comeback kid continued his rise with another strike, though the dubious goals panel may have something to say. His shot, which may have been going wide, took a decisive deflection off 

Nahki Wells (1-1, 22 minutes) - Wells finally brought his shooting boots to New York Stadium and levelled when Grant Ward spurned the chance to clear the ball, Huddersfield stole it, played in the former Bradford striker, who shot under Lee Camp.


Rotherham: Camp, Kelly, Broadfoot, Wood, Mattock, Halford, G Ward, Frecklington, Smallwood, Derbyshire (Best 64), D Ward.

Huddersfield: Steer, Smith, Hudson, Lynch, Davidson, Whitehead, Billing, Lolley (Scannell 90), Bunn (Paterson 58), Van La Parra (Matmour 58), Wells.

Referee: Graham Salisbury

Attendance: 10,292

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