Rafferty into the middle and pushing Camps into a more advanced position.
And Wiseman was nearly the match-winner against his former side when his flicked, near post effort from a corner forced a smart reaction save down to Gilks’ right.
Substitute Humphrys also went close at the death, but his effort from the left was blocked by Wallace to ensure the game ended in a stalemate. Dale were the better side for most of the match, and the winless run at Glanford Park this millennium may not have ended, but this could be a vital point towards sur- vival come May. Keith Hill’s men sit five points from safety with ten matches remaining, their next game at home against promotion contenders Shrewsbury Town on Good Friday.