Jason Steele 7

Made a flying stop from Neeskens Kebano but the other saves he made were comfortable. Given no chance by Tom Cairney for the winner.

Jason Lowe 6

Was nearly punished by the lively Kebano in the first half but grew stronger as the game wore on and made one key header.

Tommie Hoban 8*

Won more headers and made more interceptions than any other Rovers player, the debutant was good on the ball and impressed throughout.

Gordon Greer 6

Loses a mark after his weak clearance was punished by Cairney, the centre-back otherwise had a good game.

Derrick Williams 7

Like Hoban, the left-back impressed on his debut, defending soundly throughout and keeping Fulham’s marauding right-back quiet.

Craig Conway 6

Industrious as ever, he made the most tackles in a fully Rovers committed side, but did not have as much impact the other way.

Hope Akpan 7

Played well for the second match running, seeing an effort comfortably saved, although Scott Parker was the best midfielder on the pitch.

Danny Guthrie 7

Again took his chance to impress, he was missed after a clash of heads with Hoban forced him off the field.

Ben Marshall 6 
Played a brilliant pass through to Danny Graham but wasted a free-kick opportunity and flitted in and out of the contest.

Sam Gallagher 6

Worked hard without reward, his second-half replacement Anthony Stokes saw a shot gathered at the second attempt.

Danny Graham 6

Put in a shift but will feel he should have tucked away one of the clear chances that came his way either side of half-time.

Darragh Lenihan for Guthrie (65), Anthony Stokes for Gallagher (73), Liam Feeney for Marshall (82).

Unused: David Raya, Jack Byrne, Martin Samuelsen, Scott Wharton.