Rovers reporter Rich Sharpe hands out the player ratings after the 2-2 draw with Swansea City.

Jayson Leutwiler 5

Seemed to get down slowly for McBurnie’s second goal and a few anxious moments under the high ball. Little to do in the second half.

Elliott Bennett 6

Swansea took advantage of him being off the pitch when equalising. Substituted shortly afterwards after taking a knock in a challenge.

Darragh Lenihan 7

Claimed the opening goal, and was dominant in the air in the second half having been pulled out of position a little in the first.

Derrick Williams 7

Tested by Baker-Richardson in the first half but looked confident on the ball again, not least when his pass found its way to Dack for the equaliser. A good late block from a McBurnie shot.

Amari’i Bell 6

Supported the attacks and got in to some excellent positions down the left but lacked any real quality to his final ball.

Lewis Travis 6

Looked more comfortable in central midfield than right back where he had a tough mid-game spell. One crunching challenge on McBurnie in the second half lifted spirits.

Corry Evans 6

Was able to get in and around the Swansea midfield much better in the second half. Lifted spirits at Ewood with a nutmeg on McBurnie.

Bradley Dack 7

Matched last season’s tally of 18 with a well taken left foot goal and would have had another had his flick from Armstrong’s cross not hit the post.

Joe Rothwell 7

Busy and full of running as ever but may well rue not shooting when squaring for Armstrong in the second half. Not everything he tried came off, but never for a lack of trying. A fine end to the season.

Adam Armstrong 7

His cross was turned on to the post by Dack. Shot too close to the keeper after doing all the hard work late.

Danny Graham 6

Used his body to good effect to create Dack’s goal. Given an excellent reception when substituted, but few sights of goal.


Jacob Davenport (for Bennett, 27) 6

Took a while to get going, but played more on the front foot in the second half. Not afraid to put his foot in and went close to a winner with a fine strike.

Craig Conway (for Graham, 66) 5

Great reception for a fine servant as he made his 200th appearance for the club. Uncharacteristically wasteful with some late crosses, after one excellent cross-field pass for Armstrong.

Harry Chapman (for Evans, 73) 6

Breezed past his full back late on, but couldn't pick anyone out with his cross.

Subs not used: David Raya, Charlie Mulgrew, Ben Brereton, Dan Butterworth