Ratings: Hull City v Gillingham

HERE are the Hull City player ratings from Saturday afternoon's League One home encounter with Gillingham at the KCOM Stadium.

Hull City striker Tom Eaves celebrates his opener with Keane Lewis-Potter. PICTURE: TONY JOHNSON.

Ingram: Had to stay alert with Gillingham posing a threat aerially from set plays. Left exposed for the leveller. 6

Coyle: A driving force and outlet down the right and looked confident and composed. 7

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A Jones: Had to front up with Oliver and Akinde providing a physical examination. He and Greaves will not have been happy with the concession. Stretchered off late on. 6

Greaves: Booked for catching Akinde and was slightly unfortunate. Calm enough on the ball. Spurned a golden chance to seal victory just before the hour. 6

Elder: Not vintage Elder, but he provided some threat with that sweet left foot of his all the same. 6

Honeyman: A fine driving run set up a good first-half chance for Eaves and his quick-thinking picked out Doherty before the break. Moments of quality and did as much as anyone for Hull and was a constant supply line. 8

Docherty: Should have done better just before the break. Sprayed some nice balls to the flanks and was involved a fair bit. 7

Slater: Took his chance and had a pretty strong game. Satisfying afternoon's work. 7

Wilks: Set up the opener and looked a danger when the ball was at his feet. Makes things happen and worked hard without the ball. 7

Eaves: His first goal since December 2 crowned an excellent first half. Had other chances to add to his tally on the day 7

Lewis-Potter: Showed some neat touches, but was not quite on his A-game. 6

Substitutes: Scott (Eaves 79), 6.

McLoughlin (A Jones 90).

Not used: Long, Emmanuel, C Jones, Salam.