Hatters rated v Ebbsfleet

Mark Tyler: 6 - Quiet night for the Luton keeper who was virtually untroubled for the whole evening by the toothless Fleet.

Friday, 19th April 2013, 9:00 am

Lathaniel Rowe-Turner: 6 – Reverted back to full-back and looked completely at home without ever really getting out of first gear.

Steve McNulty: 6 – No thrills defending as ever and never really troubled as he withdrawn at the break.

Scott Rendell: 6 - On the periphery far too often but put in another committed shift for the cause.

Jake Howells: 6 Made a lively start but faded as Luton stepped off the pace before taking a heavy knock from Payne’s horrendous challenge.

JJ O’Donnell: 6 – Busy midfielder delivered some decent set-pieces and was full of running as every without standing out from the crowd.

Matt Robinson: 6 – Youngster kept things ticking in the middle, but looked like the recent busy fixture list had caught up with him a little.

Jonathan Smith: 6 – Employed at full-back yet again as a stop-gap, but is far more effective in the centre of midfield.

Alex Wall: 7.5 – Striker had had to wait for his first Hatters goals and then two came at once!

Dan Walker (sub): 6.5 – Pace has always been a great asset and used it to good effect, but lacked the final ball on the night.

Jake Woolley (sub): 6 – A few loose touches from the youngster, but competed physically and put in one menacing cross.

Simon Ainge (sub): 6 – Completely uneventful short spell on the pitch, but didn’t do anything wrong.

Ratings by Mark Wood