Hatters rated v Stockport

Mark Tyler: 7 – called into action during the second half as his handling was assured once again.

Wednesday, 20th March 2013, 9:31 am

Lathaniel Rowe-Turner: 7 – One fine block in the second period epitomised Luton’s newfound defensive solidarity. Still could do with working on his efforts in the final third though.

Steve McNulty: 8 – Becoming a real powerhouse in the heart of the defence as Town look oranised and solid now. Popped up with the all-important goal too.

Jon Shaw: 7 – Good to see him back after injury and gave Town a real aerial presence upfront throughout the evening.

Jake Howells: 7 – On his less favoured flank once more, but is doing everything asked of him at the moment and got in one or two dangerous deliveries.

Simon Ainge: 7 – Went long far too often at times but got the ball down more in the second half and almost netted only to be denied by the woodwork.

Davie Martin: 7.5 – His best game by far for Town. Exuded confidence, ran at his man all evening, just a shame Luton didn’t utilise him more often.

Jonathan Smith: 7.5 - Ran himself into the ground once more and harried the Stockport players. Came close to his second goal in Town colours too but his radar was off.

Andre Gray: Real battering ram upfront for Town as he never gave the visiting defenders a moments rest. Began to pick his passess too in the second period.

Jake Goodman: 7.5 – Will have impressed watching Millwall boss Kenny Jackett, particularly after the break when he used his height to great effect.

Solomon Taiwo: 7.5 – Oozes class on the ball and always happy to receieve possession and find his man. When fully fit, he could be quite an acquisition for Luton

Dan Walker (sub): 6 – Came on to help Town’s attacking at the end, but chose the wrong option on more than one occasion.

Ratings by Mike Simmonds.

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