See how Chester's players rated in their 1-0 home defeat to National League North leaders York City at the Deva.

Click player images in the picture gallery to see how they fared in the top-of-the-table clash.

RUSSELL GRIFFITHS: Some sluggish distribution, but was solid enough. 6/10

KEVIN ROBERTS: Misplaced a few passes, but generally defended well. 6/10

SIMON GRAND: Read the game ably and snuffed out York’s threat when called upon. 7/10

DANNY LIVESEY: Chester’s standout player. Positional play was excellent and barely put a foot wrong. 8/10

JOEL TAYLOR: Got forward well but his crossing was uncharacteristically poor. 5/10

GARY ROBERTS: Tackled well but failed to stamp his customary authority on the game. 6/10

GEORGE GLENDON: Nullified and was kept quiet. 5/10

GARY STOPFORTH: Energetic and retained the ball well. 7/10

BRAD JACKSON: Not his day. A subdued performance from the pacy wideman. 5/10

ANTHONY DUDLEY: Showed plenty of neat touches and his link-up play was effective. 7/10

MATTY HUGHES: Ran tirelessly but toiled against the league’s best defence. 6/10

GEORGE WARING: Offered a greater focal point up front. 6/10

DANNY ELLIOTT: Spurned a decent chance late on. 6/10

JAMIE MORGAN: An impressive cameo. Positive and direct in the final 10 minutes. 7/10