Matt Scrafton's player ratings: Demetri Mitchell takes his chance as Blackpool share the points with Burton to draw at home again

Luke Garbutt scored his first Blackpool goal as the Seasiders came from a goal down against Burton Albion to record their fourth straight draw at Bloomfield Road.

Wednesday, 17th March 2021, 9:07 am
Demetri Mitchell came into the side to replace the injured CJ Hamilton

Here's how Pool's players rated:

Made two or three routine stops but otherwise had little to do. No clean sheet on this occasion.
Another strong display. Looked to get forward from right-back and combined well with Demetri Mitchell.

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Coped well with Burton’s aerial bombardment, especially in the first-half. Distribution can be better.
Solid. Had a tough battle against the in-form Kane Hemmings, but he competed well and cleared plenty of balls.
Scored his first goal for the club in emphatic style after pressing high up the pitch. Made a vital last-ditch interception too.
Became more influential when Pool got the ball down. Came close to scoring his first for the club in the second-half.
Energetic and industrious throughout. Always showed for the ball and got into some good positions in the channels.
Pool’s main attacking threat. Lively throughout, looking to cut in from the right flank wherever possible.
Went from one extreme to the other. Completely anonymous in the first-half, but came alive in the second.
Struggled to hold the ball up or make any impact. Brought off at half-time as Neil Critchley changed things up.
Made a nuisance of himself in the second-half after struggling to make the ball stick earlier on. Had a couple of half chances.
For Simms, 46' His introduction helped change the game. Hugely influential and looked to get on the ball and dictate.