BRISTOL ROVERS PLAYER RATINGS
JACK The goalkeeper BONHAM was - 9 back (pictured) to his best after least three a few exceptional quiet games. saves He made in the at first half to keep the hosts scoreless at the break. JAMES CLARKE - 7
The defender had a good game defensively and offered himself in attack with real gusto. TOM LOCKYER - 7
It was another decent day for the skipper who earned another clean sheet. There were some big headed clearances. TONY CRAIG - 7
His positioning ensured he was always in the right place to see out the threat from an attack that was both bigger and quicker than him. MICHAEL KELLY - 7
The young left-back read the game beautifully at the Wham Stadium and made several key interceptions. OLLIE CLARKE - 8
The wet, skiddy conditions suited the midfielder down to the heavy ground underneath him and he stood out in defence and played some surges forward in attack. A blocked shot in the first half looked to be going in. ED UPSON - 7
The conditions were not conducive to nice passing football but the midfielder still did well on the ball as Rovers tried to launch counterattacks. LIAM SERCOMBE - 6
Playing as either a very high attacking midfielder or as a deep number 10, he struggled for find the room to operate, losing the ball several times and playing stray passes. TAREIQ HOLMES-DENNIS - 8
Again, the defender turned winger was Rovers’ most attacking threat. He had a couple of shots blocked for corners and had the beating of his markers, and they were markers because the hosts double teamed him. Holmes-Dennis really worked back hard in defence as well to help out. ALEX RODMAN - 7
The winger missed a couple of great headed chances on Tuesday night and he put Rovers’ best chance of the first half wide from a corner. ALEX JAKUBIAK - 7
The striker was adventurous and showed plenty of close control but had very few shooting chances. SUBSTITUTES
GAVIN REILLY (for Holmes-Dennis, 59 mins) - 6 The striker came on with 31 minutes remaining and with the mission to run down everything and that is what he did.
NOT USED: Adam Smith, Joe Partington, Tom Broadbent, Sam Matthews, Liam Sercombe, Tom Nichols.
ACCRINGTON STANLEY: Jonathan Maxted, Callum Johnson, Mark Hughes, Ross Sykes, Liam Gibson (Will Wood, 86 mins), Jordan Clark, Sam Finley, Daniel Barlaser, Sean McConville, Billy Kee, Luke Armstrong.
NOT USED: Scott Brown, Erico Esteves-Sousa, Andrew Mangan, Piero Mingoia, Seamus Conneely, Tony Warner.