Huddersfield Town 1 Birmingham City 1 - player ratings

It will not go down as one of the all-time classic games, but at least Huddersfield Town took a point from Birmingham City.

QUALITY: Fraizer Campbell (second from the left) provided a rare highlight

For all the perspiration, inspiration was short on the ground, as shown by chief football writer Stuart Rayner's marks.

Ryan Schofield – a good tip-over from Alen Halilovic but he perhaps should have done better with the equaliser 6

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Ramani Edmonds-Green – right-back tucked in to help out the central defenders at times 6

Richard Stearman – in the wars but won a few headers 6

Naby Sarr – the only good thing about his woeful passing was that one overhit ball led to Fraizer Campbell's goal. He presented Scott Hogan with a good chance for a stoppage-time winner 4

Pipa – wasted at left-back 5

Juninho Bacuna – nothing to write home about 6

Alex Vallejo – like the team as a whole, he was missing Jonathan Hogg 5

Lewis O'Brien – went deeper after Vallejo's withdrawal 6

Isaac Mbenza – struggled to make an impact and blasted a dangerous free-kick over 5

Fraizer Campbell – praise the Lord for his beautiful goal, the game's one redeeming feature 7

Duane Homes – never able to make anything happen 5.


Aaron Rowe (for Mbenza, 62) – came on at right wing 5

Scott High (for Vallejo, 73) – added fresh legs to the midfield 5

Yaya Sanogo (for Campbell, 84) – N/A.

Not used: Keogh, Duhaney, Thomas, Crichlow, Phillips, Pereira,.

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