Hatters rated v Yeovil Town

Christian Walton (STAR MAN): 8 - Excellent handling throughout as he made fine saves, particularly second half, when Yeovil were coming on strong. One from Campbell's clever outside of the boot effort the best of the lot.

Monday, 15th August 2016, 11:09 am
Updated Thursday, 25th August 2016, 7:07 pm
Glen Rea in action against Yeovil

Stephen O’Donnell: 7.5 - Absolutely stunning strike from the full back who lashed home his first goal of the season from range. Almost won it late on with another scorcher as well.

Dan Potts: 8 - Tigerish display from the left back whose defending was spot on, particularly when the Glovers had a three on two break in the second half. Knows he has to be on his toes with the emergence of Justin now.

Scott Cuthbert: 7 - Skipper looked solid aerially against the visitors and had helped contain Eaves for long periods until the equaliser.

Johnny Mullins: 7 - Defender made some good interventions when Yeovil tried to pass through the middle, although won’t be too happy about being outjumped when left two on one for Yeovil’s leveller

Glen Rea: 7.5 - Impressed in his defensive midfield role with some brilliant sliding challenges and decent distribution too. Thought he had a first Town goal to celebrate but for Krysiak’s wonderful save.

Pelly-Ruddock Mpanzu: 7 - Few forceful runs, but couldn’t quite hit the heights of Wednesday night. Should really have made it 2-0 from close range but blasted wide of the mark.

Jordan Cook: 7 - Back in for Gray and linked up well with Town’s attacking foursome with some incisive passes into the area. Didn’t quite have the same impact during the second period though.

Cameron McGeehan: 7 - Possibly saw the exertions from beating Villa catch up with him as didn’t have quite the influence as he has had so far this term in an attacking sense.

Danny Hylton: 7.5 - Kept the Yeovil back-line on their toes throughout the afternoon as he stretched the Glovers defence, while his understanding with Marriott improves with every passing moment.

Jack Marriott: 7 - Lively as ever and always a threat when running on to Hylton’s flick-on, but this time, his finishing was just off as he couldn’t hit the target.

Jake Gray (SUB): 6 - On to try and inject some energy into Town’s second half display, although might have closed down Dawson’s cross for the leveller too.

Jonathan Smith (SUB): 5.5 - Few forays forward but his introduction wasn’t able to prevent Yeovil snatching a leveller.

Isaac Vassell (SUB): 5.5 - Late introduction couldn’t lead to a Luton winner.

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