Rotherham United and Bradford City share a goalless draw at the New York Stadium in League One.
Rotherham United and Bradford City have played to a goalless draw in their League One match at the New York Stadium this evening.
The home side's first chance of the game came just over 10 minutes into the encounter, when Alex Revell tried to drill the ball in from 20 yards out, but it was comfortably held by Jon McLaughlin.
Jon Stead had a couple of half-chances for Bradford, while McLaughlin had to remain sharp at the other end to deny Michael O'Connor and Ben Pringle.
The Millers came close to taking the lead early in the second half when O'Connor tried to curl the ball in from a free kick, but his effort was deflected onto the post.
The visitors' chances were few and far between in the second half, but Adam Reach managed to force a save from Adam Collin.
Rotherham came close to stealing the win in stoppage time as Pringle delivered a corner, but James Tavernier could only head it over.
The result leaves Rotherham third in the table, while Bradford sit 12th.