Hatters Rated: Nuneaton Town v Luton Town
Mark Tyler: 7 - Had just one shot to save but dealt well with Nuneaton’s crosses all game.
Fraser Franks: 8 - Towering defender won plenty in the air and was never in any real trouble.
Steve McNulty: 8 - Gnarly centre-half again bossed the backline.
Jake Howells: 8.5 - Lively wideman was a constant threat and showed real desire to power home his header.
Scott Griffiths: 8 - Marauding full-back was again in his element and didn’t put a foot wrong.
Cameron McGeehan: 8.5 - The youngster’s energy was again infectious with an all-action showing.
Luke Guttridge: 8.5 - Diminutive midfielder knits everything together so well and produced an unerring finish for his 10th of the season.
Ronnie Henry: 8 - Skipper is so consistent in Town’s well-oiled back four.
Paul Benson: 9 - Target man was in fantastic form as he netted twice and was pivotal in all of Luton’s best moves.
Andre Gray: 8 - Frustrating first half, but terrorised Boro in the second, scoring once and playing a full part.
Pelly Ruddock Mpanzu: 8 - Youngster is a beast in Luton’s midfield as Town dominated the centre of the park.
Jon Shaw (sub): 7 - Hungry striker instantly put himself about, winning the ball and putting in the perfect cross for Howells to head home Town’s fifth.
Alex Lawless (sub): 6 - Chased everything during his brief cameo as he demonstrated Town’s strength-in-depth.
Matt Robinson (sub): 5 - Late substitute never really had the chance to get into the game.
Ratings Mark Wood