Play-off bound Huddersfield Town were beaten 3-0 by Cardiff City in their final game of the Championship’s regular season.
They will meet Sheffield Wednesday in the play-offs, starting next Sunday at the John Smith’s Stadium.
Here, Nick Westby gives his ratings for Huddersfield’s players from Sunday’s game with Cardiff.
Danny Ward - Beaten by Kenneth Zohore and then sent off for handling outside the area. Nightmare day. 4
Tommy Smith - Two of the three goals came from down his right flank. Needed better protection which was difficult after sending off. 5
Michael Hefele - Started well but along with rest of his defence, struggled to cope with Zohore. 6
Christopher Schindler - Quick into the tackle but struggled with extra requirements once down to 10 men. 6
Chris Lowe - Part of a defence that ultimately struggled to cope with the direct running of Zohore and Junior Hoilett. 5
Jonathan Hogg - Taken off in the second half. Difficult for him to assert himself on the game. 5
Aaron Mooy - Back in the line-up but job more of a fire-fighting one once Town reduced to 10 men. 6
Isaiah Brown - Ran at the heart of Cardiff whenever he could but those instances were few and far between. 6
Rajiv van la Parra - Dinked a shot onto the roof of the net and carried the greatest threat for Huddersfield. 7
Sean Scannell - Busied himself early on but was sacrificed when Ward was dismissed. 6
Colin Quaner - Had a good chance in first half but by and large ploughed a lone furrow. 6
Joel Coleman (for Ward, 21) - Beaten twice by Bennett but showed sharp reflexes. 6
Nahki Wells (for Brown, 68) - Game was up by time he came on. 5
Dean Whitehead (for Hogg, 79) - Not enough time to make impression. 5