It was a flat display from the hosts, who lacked a spark and were fortunate not to be beaten.
Chief football writer Stuart Rayner assesses how they played, man for man.
Louis Jones – had little to do 6
Brad Halliday – did his job defensively but offered little going forward 6
Joe Wright – the best of the Doncaster defenders, he played a couple of good long passes in the first half 7
Tom Anderson – solid as ever at the back 6
Cameron John – struggled a little before his withdrawal but by no means the only one in a poor first half 5
Matt Smith – whether it was because he had company or not, the midfielder was probably more of an influence in the opening 45 minutes 6
Scott Robertson – unable to have much impact before injury struck 5
Jason Lokilo – an ineffective display 5
Elliot Simoes – failed to justify his recall 5
Reece James – played three positions and was probably best at holding midfield 7
Fejiri Okenabirhie – having a centre-forward fit was a bonus but he did not have a big impact 6.
Taylor Richards (for Robertson, 27) – showed some quality on the ball 7
James Coppinger (for John, 46) – added a spark but unable to put his chances away 7
Madger Gomes (for Smith, 72) – came on as a holding midfielder 5.
Not used: Balcombe, Amos, Greaves, Horton.
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