Hatters rated v Fleetwood

Mark Tyler: 5.5 – No real chance with the goals and otherwise largely untested.

Keith Keane: 5 – Never really got into the game and nowhere near as effective as he would have liked.

George Pilkington: 5 – Given a torrid time by Brodie and Vardy and was lucky not to get a second yellow card.

Alex Lawless: 5 – Dug deep to play with a broken hand, but perhaps his comeback came too early.

Amari Morgan-Smith: 6.5 – Looked lively early on, but was battered by Fleetwood’s defence and was unlucky to concede a penalty.

Robbie Willmott: 5 – Has so much promise and ability, but is struggling to find a way to bring it to the boil.

Stuart Fleetwood: 5.5 – Went close with a curler, but the cutting edge he showed on signing seems to have dulled.

Aaron O’Connor: 6 – Pacey and forthright, he got in behind several times but lacked the end product.

Jake Howells: 5.5 – One of his most ineffective afternoons, but the introduction of Kissock seemed to bring him to life.

Curtis Osano: 6 – Was involved throughout the afternoon, a few iffy touches, but largely productive on the right.

Janos Kovacs: 5.5 – Struggled to deal with the movement of the deep-lying Vardy and his late header was mere consolation for the Hatters.

Tommy Wright (sub): 5 – Perhaps unlucky to be benched, but his introduction had little impact on the game.

John Paul Kissock (sub): 5.5 – A real bag of tricks and his introduction seemed to enliven the Hatters, albeit too late.

Adam Watkins (sub): 5 – Looked keen to get on the ball but the game was already gone.

Ratings by Mark Wood