Hatters rated v Nuneaton Town

Mark Tyler: 6 – Hardly tested all night but was alert to any dangerous cross that came in.

By The Newsroom
Wednesday, 6th March 2013, 8:33 am

Steve McNulty: 7.5 – Awesome at the back as he used his strength to good effect, especially at set-pieces.

Alex Lawless: 6 – Wasn’t allowed an inch of space and his touch wasn’t as crisp as in recent games.

Jake Howells: 6 – Put in decent shift and had Town’s only effort on target.

Stuart Fleetwood: 5.5 – Glimpses of unshackling himself without ever doing so.

Arnaud Mendy: 5.5 – Battled away in the middle without ever imposing himself on proceedings.

Jonathan Smith: 6 – Another terrier-like display in the middle but was again lacking composure.

Ronnie Henry: 6 – Steady showing and put in some testing crosses when he got forward.,

Andre Gray: 5.5 – Form has dipped in recent weeks and struggled to make a mark on Boro’s backline.

Jake Goodman: 6 – Youngster paid his dues early on with an elbow to his head which needed stitches, but the 19-year-old stuck to his task manfully.

Lathaniel Rowe-Turner: 6 – Refused to be fazed by the early tackle that broke Connor Taylor’s arm as he defended resolutely.

JJ O’Donnell (sub): 6 – Injected some much-needed energy and went closest for Luton with his back-post header.

Alex Wall (sub): 6 – Made a nuisance of himself and was harshly penalised several times.

Scott Rendell (sub): 6 – Could have won more in the air but combined well with Wall.

Ratings by Mark Wood