Blues boss rues missed chances
John Sheridan wants his team to be more clinical in front of goal after they nearly payed the penalty for a string of missed chances.
The visitors were leading through a superb long-range strike by Andrew Tutte but Jack Lester rescued one of the League Two promotion favourites with a near-post header.
"We created some really good chances, they cleared three or four off the line, and I'm pleased for the players that they got something for their efforts but, just like on Saturday, we should have scored three or four goals," said Sheridan. "We keep creating chances but we should be more ruthless. As any manager will say, it makes life easier if you get the first goal.
"Rochdale had a lot of possession but other than the goal, which was a wonder goal and a chance in the first half when the lad should have scored, I can't remember Tommy (Lee) having much to do.
"We created some really good chances and we've got to put them away because that's what good teams do.
"I think we should have had six points but we've only got one. It was important that we got something out of this game and hopefully it will give us a boost."