Luton made it five games unbeaten, as they defeated Hull City at home for the first time since 2005 on Saturday with a 1-0 win. Striker Elijah Adebayo bagged the only goal of the game on 17 minutes, and to find out how the hosts rated on the afternoon, see below.
9. Fred Onyedinma: 7.5
Given a start after his goalscoring appearance at Derby and was the architect of the winner, his trickery too much for Coyle, crossing for Adebayo to head home. Had some more flashes but tired and was replaced after the break.
10. Harry Cornick: 7
A punishing week in which he barely missed a minute of action caught up with him at times, unable to quite have the same impact as previous matches. Never once stopped trying though but late chance to settle it went begging.
11. Elijah Adebayo: 8
Was a huge threat for Luton in the opening 45 minutes, causing the visiting back-line all sort of problems, stopping to head home the opener. Real shame he had to go off with a tight hamstring as the difference when he wasn't on was noticeable.
12. Pelly-Ruddock Mpanzu (SUB): 6.5
On far earlier than he would have expected, replacing Berry midway through the first half. Took a while to get into things, as like the whole team, was never quite at his best on the day, but the result was all that mattered.