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Wolves 0 Rotherham 0: The player ratings

Rotherham completed their survival act by stretching their unbeaten run to 11 games with a 0-0 draw at Wolves.

It was far from a classic game, but the Millers held on for the point that ensures they will be spending a third year in the second tier.

Here's how the players rated in the game.

Lee Camp 8 - Another away game, another clean sheet for Camp who was kept busy. He produced save after save, none better than the one to tip Danny Batth's header on to the bar.

Stephen Kelly 7 - Produced a stunning goalline clearance to deny Wolves in the second half and STILL unbeaten in a Millers shirt.

Kirk Broadfoot 7 - Captain fantastic again led from the front. Should have had a penalty but was booked instead.

Richard Wood 7 - Continued in the same vein as in recent weeks, kicking and heading everything he needed to.

Joe Mattock 6 - A quiet game for the left-back, he left the field injured in the second half.

Greg Halford 6 - Another decent game for Halford, though not at the level of recent weeks. His throws were wayward, though there was one outstanding Messi-like run in the first half.

Grant Ward 7 - His best game for some time, he threatened with his pace and directness for most of the game.

Lee Frecklington 6 - Put in a busy like performance but was unable to affect the game too much.

Richie Smallwood 7 - After a dip against Huddersfield in midweek, Smallwood was back to his combative best.

Matt Derbyshire 6 - Again put all the work in down the left and had Rotherham's best attacking moment with a shot from distance.

Leon Best 7 - Led the line admirably, holding the ball up in a lone role, but there was no goal threat.

Frazer Richardson 7 - Came on to replace Mattock and did well as the Millers were under the pump.

Jonson Clarke-Harris 5 - Not on long enough to make an impact.

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