Luke McCormick – 6.5

Untested throughout, had to be brave on one occasion in the first half. Good distribution. Thrown by the goal.

Zeki Fryers – 5

Error prone early on, passes were mis-placed – over and under hit. Still worked hard nonetheless, but will play better.

Mathieu Baudry – 6

An excellent first half interception to deny Northampton a sight on goal. A couple more silly errors when in a moment of control.

Lloyd Isgrove – 6.5

Work rate was exceptional at times amid the game’s slump. Was prevented his usual runs by a dogged Cobblers’ midfield and defence.

Adam May – 5-5

Ran into pockets of space at times, but often had few options when it came to offloading the ball. Chance to pull the game level was skied.

Michael Doughty – 6

Nothing spectacular – corners were extremely consistent, always delivered in the danger zone. Understandably not happy with the goal.

Kaiyne Woolery – 6

Some inspired moments of pace and energy to burst past his marker. Equally, a couple of sloppy first touches and passes.

Jordan Lyden – 6

Like Isgrove, denied his usual creative flair by Cobblers’ rugged defence.

Rob Hunt – 6

Composed in defence, performance perhaps went unnoticed amid the drama at the other end of Town’s defensive back four.

Dion Conroy – 6

Solid in defence, another calming and controlled performance. Pushed forward and was unlucky not to grab a goal.

Eoin Doyle – 5.5

Played deep at times when his presence was needed forward. Lacked a bit of support while Northampton set up camp, though.


Scott Twine - 6

Tyler Reid – 6.5