Ratings: How Barnsley FC players fared against Millwall

HERE are the Barnsley FC player ratings from Saturday afternoon's home game against Millwall at Oakwell.

Barnsley FC players celebrate their winning goal. PICTURE: TONY JOHNSON.

Collins: Little to do, but his positioning was up for debate for Millwall’s goal. 6

Sollbauer: Gave away a few free-kicks in the first half and was on the back foot at times. Bennett was a lively customer for him and came off at the interval. 6

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Helik: In a game where the ball spent a fair amount of time in the air, he won plenty and showed his liking for a goal too. Made some timely clearances. 8

Andersen: Cleared his lines well and was very steady again. 8

Brittain: Hesitant for Millwall’s leveller and it proved fatal. Recovered well enough. 6.

Palmer: Quiet in the first half and could not dictate. Fell to sleep for a split-second in the build-up to Millwall’s leveller. 5

Mowatt: Posed problems with his deliveries - and his free-kick for the goal was a good one. Barnsley's heartbeat. 7

Styles: Not vintage Styles, but still decent all the same. Kept going. 7

Dike: Put himself about and was up for battle and tested Millwall’s backline. Good shift. 7

Woodrow: Showed his predatory instincts to net his tenth league goal of the campaign. 7

Morris: Had a couple of chances in the first half and his energy levels were striking. A player who comes back for more and empties the tank. Close in second half 7.

Substitutes: Halme (Palmer 45). Held his ground well and showed good positional sense. 7

Sibbick (Sollbauer 45). Added pace to the backline after coming on at the break for Sollbauer. 7

Adeboyejo (Dike 75). Brought on for Dike after the loan forward’s serious graft. 6

J Williams (Styles 81). Came on to add to energy late on. 6

Frieser (Woodrow 90).

Not used: Walton, Kane, Chaplin, Oduor.