Match ratings: How did Hartlepool United's players rate at Chester?

It's now 10 games without a win for Pools, a run which stretches back to November 21.

Tuesday, 23rd January 2018, 8:52 pm
Updated Tuesday, 23rd January 2018, 9:35 pm
Jake Cassidy

But how did their players rate in the draw? Here's our take...

Pools XI

Scott Loach - Made five saves that ensured Pools were rewarded with a point for their efforts - 8

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Carl Magnay - Better from the skipper... 6

Louis Laing - Should have probably done better for the goal, otherwise decent... 5

Liam Donnelly - Also at fault for the equaliser. Has to do better... 6

Blair Adams - Cut out the errors which was a big plus point... 6

Nicky Featherstone - Struggled to notice his impact on the game... 5

Michael Woods - Put his foot in when needed. Full of effort... 7

Lewis Hawkins - Had one effort in the opening 45. Did little else of note... 6

Nicky Deverdics - Does not have enough of an impact on games... 5

Devante Rodney - Full of running, almost in on a couple of occasions. Unlucky with one first half effort... 6

Jake Cassidy - Given more support and it showed. Much better performance from the big man... 6

Subs

Tomi Adeloye (for Devante Rodney 82) ...N/A

Not used: Scott Harrison, Jack Munns, Josh Hawkes, Conor Newton.

Yellow: Laing

Red: None

Goal: Woods 62

Chester XI: Andy Halls, Lathaniel Rowe-Turner, Kingsley James, Ryan Astles, Craig Mahon, Harry White, Lucas Dawson (Jordan Archer 65), James Jones, James Akintunde, Tom Crawford.

Not used: Alex Lynch, Jonh McCombe, Wade Joyce, Nathan Brown.

Yellow: James

Red: None

Goal: White 77

Attendance: 1,421

Referee: Joe Hull