Sheffield Wednesday 0 Bristol City 0: How the players rated...

Owls duo of Jacob Butterfield and Barry Bannan stop City's Korey Smith...Pic Steve Ellis
Owls duo of Jacob Butterfield and Barry Bannan stop City's Korey Smith...Pic Steve Ellis
Have your say

The Yorkshire Post's Richard Hercock delivers his match ratings from Sheffield Wednesday's 0-0 Championship game with Bristol City at Hillsborough.

Sheffield Wednesday

Keiren Westwood 6: Had little to do in the entire 90 minutes.

Jack Hunt 6: Failed to get forward as much as usual from right-back, but solid defensively.

Tom Lees 7: Wednesday's best defender, one forward surge in first half came close to creating a real chance for the Owls.

Glenn Loovens 6: Dutch defender was a calming influence at back, using all his experience.

Morgan Fox 6: Was caught out at left-back, playing two visiting players on side, but the Robins failed to punish him.

Ross Wallace 6: Fired in two long-range efforts in opening exchanges, but drifted out of the game. Lasted an hour before being replaced by Lucas Joao.

Jacob Butterfield 6: Made little impact in the first half, the on-loan midfielder had little time on the ball. Replaced by Kieran Lee on 68 minutes.

Barry Bannan 7: Seemed the most likely midfielder to create something for the Owls, with his non-stop running. Had a good shout for a penalty rejected late in the game.

Adam Reach 6: After three goals in three games, was starved of the ball in the opening 45 minutes.

Jordan Rhodes 6: Had Wednesday's best chance in first half, but headed over the crossbar, after a clever ball from Gary Hooper. Headed another chance over from corner in second half.

Gary Hooper 6: Had no chances in front of goal, and was getting some physical treatment from the Bristol City defence. Replaced late on by Steven Fletcher.


Lucas Joao (replace Wallace, 60) 6: Promised much, delivered little.

Kieran Lee (replaced Butterfield, 68) 6: More effective in midfield, when fully fit a definite starter.

Steven Fletcher (replaced Hooper, 83) 6: No time to make an impact.

David Jones

Joost van Aken

Liam Palmer

Joe Wildsmith