Hatters rated v AFC Wimbledon

Elliot Justham: 7.5 - Hugely impressive Football League debut for the young keeper who made some fine stops and commanded his area well. Can’t have been happy with his defence for a lack of protection though.

By Mike Simmonds
Monday, 23rd February 2015, 9:02 am
Luke Guttridge shoots
Luke Guttridge shoots

Michael Harriman: 6.5 - Caught out of position a few times as AFC’s wideman profited down his flank, particularly in the first half.

Scott Griffiths: 7 - Another who found Dons’ wingers a real problem to start with but gradually coped and got forward in support whenever possible.

Fraser Franks: 6 - Struggled against the power and strength of Akinfenwa and Town’s lack of a solid base at the back cost them dear in injury time.

Alex Lacey: 6.5 - Another who found Akinfenwa a real handful. Improved in the second half, but outjumped by Dons’ target man at the death.

Andy Drury: 6.5 - Corners caused danger as always, but not as effective as he might have liked once more and withdrawn for Lawless.

Cameron McGeehan: 7 - Great to see him back in the orange of Luton again. Didn’t quite have the influence he may have liked, but another part in boss Still’s jigsaw.

Jonathan Smith: 8 - Captain put in a tireless performance with plenty of meaty challenges and drove his side forward with real intent at times.

Nathan Oduwa: 6.5 - Saw plenty of the ball in the first half but was kept in check by Barry Fuller. Searing pace and willingness to attack means he’s always a threat.

Luke Guttridge (STAR MAN): 8.5 - Ran the show, especially in the second period as he was a constant menace. Could prove a vital component if he can stay fit during run-in now.

Jayden Stockley: 8 - Best display since joining the club as his goal pulled Luton back into the game and after the break, a real dominant force upfront. Never a dive in a million years either.

Alex Lawless (SUB): 6.5 - Shoot on sight policy didn’t really pay dividends but minutes under his belt will be invaluable.

Elliot Lee (SUB): 7.5 - Dynamic display from West Ham forward who scored with his first touch.

Alex Wall (SUB): 6 - Caused some panic in his late cameo.

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