PLAYER RATINGS: Yeovil Town 2 Bolton Wanderers 2
WANDERERS (4-4-2) ADAM BOGDAN...7 One handling error in the first half but otherwise came confidently to collect a few high crosses and made a great late save.
ALAN HUTTON...7 The Scot looked game going forward and took a while to warm up defensively but made one superb challenge at the end.
ZAT KNIGHT...7 Scored a crucial goal and but for a wandering 15-minute spell, was excellent defensively too.
TIM REAM...6 Had a great second half but his performance was spoiled by some distinctly average defending for both Yeovil goals.
ALEX BAPTISTE...4 Didn’t look on top form even before the sending off – but bore the rage of his manager after a silly challenge.
NEIL DANNS...6 Showed up as well as anyone in midfield but made a bad choice towards the end as he should have played in Beckford.
JAY SPEARING...5 Bad day at the office for the skipper who thundered into tackles but failed to use the ball well when he won it.
MEDO KAMARA...6 Guilty of similar misdemeanours as Spearing but did improve after moving further forward in the second period.
MARK DAVIES...4 Anonymous. Should be dominating games like this but virtually nothing he did made a dent in Yeovil.
LUKAS JUTKIEWICZ...6 Took one goal well but missed an easier chance. It proved to be a frustrating day for the big striker.
JOE MASON...6 Worked hard to find space but for little reward. Sacrificed after the break for a bit more pace in Beckford.
Subs: Beckford 66 (for Mason) – good to see him back, 6 Moritz 74 (for Davies) – didn’t get himself into the game much, 5 Wheater 85 (for Knight) – made a fine late tackle to preserve point, 6 Not used: Lonergan, Hall, Chung-Yong, Trotter.
STAR MAN – Zat Knight No-one wearing a Wanderers shirt played well for the entire 90 minutes – but the big man did well enough either side of a mad spell before the break.
Knight grabbed the all-important equalising goal and defended superbly for the most part.
YEOVIL TOWN (4-4-2) MAREK STECH...6 LUKE AYLING...7 SHANE DUFFY...6 BYRON WEBSTER...6 JAMIE MCALLISTER...6 KEVIN DAWSON...7 JOE EDWARDS...6 JOE RALLS...6 TOM LAWRENCE...7 KIEFER MOORE...5 ISHMAEL MILLER...7 Subs: Grant 87 (for Moore), Hayter 87 (for Edwards).
Not used: Hoskins, Lanzoni, Dunn, Twumasi, Morgan.
THEIR STAR MAN – Tom Lawrence Looked classy on the ball in a game played at frenetic pace – the Manchester United loanee may only be 20 years old, but he handled Wanderers like a veteran.