Elliot Justham: 6 - Made a good late save with his legs, but would have been disappointed with the lack of cover in front of him. Kicking definitely needs sharpening up though.
Michael Harriman: 5.5 - Lacked protection on the right hand side as he was often left overloaded by Bury attackers.
Scott Griffiths: 5.5 - Outjumped for the winning goal as the Shakers utilised their wide men to good effect.
Steve McNulty: 5.5 - Straight back into the side and took a while to get into it. Looked a touch off the pace to begin with before a more composed display after the break.
Luke Wilkinson: 5.5 - His partnership with McNulty didn’t exude the confidence it has for so much of the season. Guilty of going too long, too often at times.
Jonathan Smith: 5.5 - Found himself chasing shadows for the majoriry as Bury easily won the midfielder battle.
Cameron McGeehan: 5.5 - Almost salvaged a late, late point with his header, but the game seemed to pass him by for long periods.
Luke Guttridge: 6 - Had Luton’s two best chances, denied by a marvellous save from Pope with the first, although might be disappointed not to notch with the second.
Jake Howells: 4.5 - Anonymous apart from one cross in the first half that almost reached McGeehan before being withdrawn at the break.
Elliot Lee: 5.5 - Made a few enterprising bursts during the opening period as Luton threatened sporadically, although taken off by Still with Hatters changing formation.
Jayden Stockley: 5 - Got very little change out of Bury’s imposing back-line and another who didn’t last the 90 minutes.
Nathan Oduwa (SUB): 5 - Easily handled by the home defenders who doubled up to prevent the Spurs youngster turning on the after burners.
Alex Lawless (SUB, STAR MAN): 6 - One of the few bright notes of the evening as he looked dangerous on both flanks with one lovely delivery that should have been converted.
Mark Cullen (SUB): 5.5 - Brought on to try and prise an equaliser, but never had a real sniff of goal.
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