Doncaster Rovers: Player ratings from the Luton Town clash

Andy Butler and Danny Hylton chase down the ball. Photo: Marie Caley
Andy Butler and Danny Hylton chase down the ball. Photo: Marie Caley
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The Star’s Paul Goodwin assesses the performances at the Keepmoat Stadium.

IAN LAWLOR 6

Beaten by a stunning strike from Cook. Otherwise barely called upon.

MATTY BLAIR 6

Offered much more on the right than Rowe did on the left.

CRAIG ALCOCK 8

Made timely interventions throughout the game. Excellent display.

ANDY BUTLER 7

Kept nuisance striker Hylton away from goal. Did well, especially considering his early booking.

NIALL MASON 6

At fault for the goal. Caught in possession which allowed Vassell to play in Cook.

JORDAN HOUGHTON 6

Operated under the radar before going off clutching his knee.

CONOR GRANT 7

Very quiet in the first half but grew in stature and his lovely through ball set up May.

TOMMY ROWE 5

Found space on the left wing in the first half but ineffective in the second half.

JAMES COPPINGER 6

Kept things neat and tidy and offered good energy.

ANDY WILLIAMS 5

Nothing really came off for him again. Place is under threat after scoring one league goal since October.

JOHN MARQUIS 5

Gave the ball away too easily and offered little goal threat.

Subs used

HARRY MIDDLETON 6

Replaced Houghton and did his job with minimum fuss.

ALFIE MAY 7

A dream home debut. Coolness personified when he got his chance.

GARY MCSHEFFREY 7

Ferguson’s gamble to throw him on paid off. Intelligent on the ball.

SUBS NOT USED

Ross Etheridge, Joe Wright, Paul Keegan, Cedric Evina.

LUTON

Matt Macey 6, Stephen O’Donnell 6, Scott Cuthbert 7, Alan Sheehan 6, Jack Senior 6, Jonathan Smith 6, Glen Rea 6, Isaac Vassell 7 (Palmer 76), Jordan Cook 7 (Luke Gambin 87), Pelly Ruddock-Mpanzu 6, Danny Hylton 7. Subs not used: Stuart Moore, Jack Marriott, Olly Lee, Lawson D’Ath, James Justin.

REFEREE

DARREN DEADMAN 4

ATTTENDANCE

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