Huddersfield Town were forced to settle for a point in South Yorkshire after Nahki Wells cancelled out Greg Halford's opening goal.

It was a clash of styles between sides and managers, as David Wagner acknowledged post-match, with Rotherham resorting to direct tactics and doing their best to make the most of any long throw opportunities.

But Mark Hudson and Joel Lynch held firm after the goal went in, and Town edged proceedings in the second half - and Nahki Wells did have a strike correctly ruled out for offside late on.

That point guarantees Town mathematical safety - even if they haven't truly been in danger of the drop for some time now.

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Rotherham are nine points ahead of MK Dons with three games to play, and possess a superior goal difference.

The draw also ensured Town collected four points from two away games in the space of four days, which leaves them with a good platform to end the season on a high.

Here's what Town fans made of the match.

Jason Davidson came under fire after Rotherham took the lead from a corner.

But then Nahki Wells scored his 18th goal of the season, prompting many to nominate him as their choice for Player of the Year .

The draw put the finishing touches on the battle to avoid relegation.

While most were content with a haul of four points from the last two games.

However, the referee and his assistants are unlikely to be welcome in Huddersfield any time soon...