Hatters rated v Ebbsfleet

Mark Tyler: 7 – Made one fine save from Ashikodi and marshalled his box well.

By The Newsroom
Tuesday, 28th August 2012, 6:16 pm

Lathaniel Rowe-Turner: 7 – Steady showing at the back and had the pace to mop up anything behind.

Greg Taylor: 7 – Much more like his old self at left-back, gave the Hatters real width and defended solidly.

Dean Beckwith: 8 – After so long away from the first team fray the experienced defender showed all of his know-how.

Alex Lawless: 7 – Right-back is suiting him down to the ground and his sure-footed performances are a real boon for Luton.

Jon Shaw: 6.5 – Won his fair share in the air, made a nuisance of himself and linked with the other forwards well.

Scott Rendell: 8 – Virtually every ball played into him stuck, offered a physical presence behind the strikers and netted his first Hatters goal.

Jake Howells: 6 – Took an early knock that seemed to curtail his influence but did plenty of running in the middle and looked good on the ball.

Stuart Fleetwood: 8 – Another great brace and is delivering the goals the Hatters need as they hunt promotion.

JJ O’Donnell: 6 – Quieter than in recent weeks but still put in a valuable shift as Town held their own in the middle of the park.

Andre Gray: 8 – Worked his socks off from the first minute, played a key role in the goals and Luton looked far better for his presence.

Jake Woolley (sub): 6.5 – Found the holes in Fleet’s defence and only a fine save denied him a first senior goal.

Adam Watkins (sub): 6 – Got stuck in and is a great option to have coming from the bench.

Ratings by Mark Wood