Here's how The Lancashire Telegraph scored the players' performances, with a six representing par for the course.

Aynsley Pears - 8

Pulled off some smart saves to deny Grant and Etete. Quick off his line on a few occasions to stop decent balls in-behind the defence.

Dom Hyam - 6

Won his headers and led the defence. Booked in the first half.

Kyle McFadzean - 7

Read the play well in what was a fourth game in quick succession. He's doing his chances of staying for next season no harm.

Scott Wharton - 7

Probably the best of the defenders. Used the ball better than most and tried to start attacks with passes into midfield.

Callum Brittain - 6

Didn't pose any real threat in the final third but was defensively sound. Maybe could've had a penalty after a shot was blocked by an arm.

Ben Chrisene - 6

Kept the wingers in check but didn't have much opportunity to get forward.

Sondre Tronstad - 5

Poor in the first half but better in the second. Just didn't show enough quality in his passing to get Rovers through the thirds.

Yasin Ayari - 5

Couldn't get into the game with Rovers sloppy in-possession beyond the halfway line. Taken off just before the hour mark.

Jake Garrett - 5

Rovers struggled to progress the ball through midfield. Garrett wasn't the only one but it wasn't his best game in possession.

Sam Szmodics - 5

Worked hard but his passing was a bit loose. Worked hard but didn't get much of a sniff at goal.

Sam Gallagher - 6

Worked hard for an hour but didn't get any sight of the goal. Final ball from all of the attack was missing.


Andrew Moran (Ayari, 56') - 6

Couldn't provide much more of an impact after coming on. 

Tyrhys Dolan (Gallagher, 61') - 6

Had Rovers' best chance of the game forcing Horvath into a smart save.

John Buckley (Garrett, 61') - 7

Made a noticeable impact after coming on. Well worth a start on Saturday.

Unused substitutes: Wahlstedt, O'Riordan, Koumetio, Markanday, Sigurdsson, Telalovic.

Referee: Leigh Doughty

Attendance: Unknown