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Rotherham 1 Huddersfield 1: How the players rated

Rotherham's impressive unbeaten run stretched into double figures but their survival fate is still not confirmed after results elsewhere went against them.

It was anything but their best performance under Neil Warnock but the battling spirit again shone through to earn the point.

Here's how the players rated in the game with the chance to add your own.

Lee Camp 7 -Will be disappointed to let Nahki Wells' shot slip under him for the leveller but went some way to redeeming himself with a string of impressive saves.

Stephen Kelly 6 – His toughest game in a Millers shirt yet, he struggled with the Terries pace but has still yet to taste defeat.

Kirk Broadfoot 7 – Also struggled against a livewire Huddersfield attack but won his headers when he had to.

Richard Wood 6 – Could have scored another two and also found life tough. But he too made some vital interceptions.

Joe Mattock 6 – Solid and dependable as ever but was loose in possession on several occasions.

Greg Halford 8 – Scored a dubious goal, but was the best Millers player on the pitch with his defensive and attacking attributes shining through.

Grant Ward 6 – Started off well, causing the Terriers no end of problems, but he faded away.

Lee Frecklington 6 – Clearly still not fully fit, Frecklington wasn't quite at the races, but the amount of grass covered was still impressive.

Richie Smallwood 5 – The normally so reliable midfielder had an off-day. Overran in the middle and poor with the ball, this was an evening to forget.

Matt Derbyshire 6 – Again no one can question his work rate, but Derbyshire was not as effective as recent games.

Danny Ward 7 – Started off brightly in a striking role but fell out of the game as Huddersfield went on to dominate. Moved to the left when Best came on.

Leon Best 5 – A second-half substitute for Derbyshire, Best made little impact.

How did you rate the players? Add yours below.

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