Hatters Rated: Salisbury City v Luton Town
Mark Tyler: 7 - Kept busy all afternoon without ever really being truly stretched.
Fraser Franks: 7.5 - Won plenty in the air and was most prominent in Town’s defence.
Steve McNulty: 7 - Experienced defender used his strength intelligently as he helped the Hatters to yet another clean sheet.
Alex Lawless: 6.5 - Showed a few nice touches, but has some big shoes to fill in the absence of Guttridge.
Jake Howells: 6.5 - Promised when he got free, but influence was far too sporadic.
Scott Griffiths: 6.5 - Tenacious full-back stuck to his task well as Town close in on clean sheet record.
Cameron McGeehan: 6 - Youngster never really took a grip on proceedings, but still competed wholeheartedly.
Ronnie Henry: 6.5 - Skipper was involved in a running battle with Fitchett and ultimately came out on top.
Paul Benson: 6.5 - Target man was buffeted and well marshalled by the Salisbury defence, but stuck to his task well and almost grabbed a late winner.
Andre Gray: 7 - Looked lively when the ball actually reached him and was desperately unlucky to see his piledriver crash back off a post.
Pelly Ruddock Mpanzu: 6 - Given a rough ride as he was on the end of some poor City challenges in a slightly below-par performance.
Matt Robinson (sub): 6 - Looked hungry and did well, but was unable to help Town wrest control of the midfield.
Mark Cullen (sub): 5 - No real time to make an impact.
Ratings by Mark Wood