Hatters rated v Wrexham

Mark Tyler: 6.5 – Fine save late on from Tolley, but was caught slightly in no man’s land for the winner

Keith Keane: 8 – Immense performance from the midfielder who was all over the pitch. Looks like he has a goal in him too this season.

George Pilkington: 7 – Slipped at the vital moment for the goal, but his reading of the game is second to none.

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Robbie Willmott: 6.5 – A few exciting bursts down the wing, but the end product was sadly lacking on the night.

Shane Blackett: 6 – Distribution went awry at times and had a great chance to level late on, only to shoot well wide.

Stuart Fleetwood: 5.5– Not helped by long balls being thumped up the pitch, but is being constantly caught offside.

Aaron O’Connor: 6.5 – Seems to have found his feet now and looked full of running on the right flank.

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Jake Howells: 6.5 – Not quite as impressive as of late. Maybe four games in two weeks starting to catch up with the youngster.

Curtis Osano: 6 – Always keen to motor forward, but some of his clearances were left wanting.

James Dance: 6.5 – Busy performance, but as with Willmott, nothing much came of it.

Janos Kovacs: 6.5 – Very rarely beaten in the air, but should have scored with a free header in the second half.

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Tommy Wright (sub): 6 – Already looks like he won’t be afraid to get stuck in for the cause.

John Paul Kissock (sub): 6 – Midfield was far too congested by the time he was introduced.

Ratings by Mike Simmonds.