Adver Sport assesses the Swindon Town players in their 2-0 win over Scunthorpe United in League Two.

Steven Benda: 7

Made a handful of comfortable saves and was only really tested once in the first half. Claimed a few crosses well.

Paul Caddis: 7

Almost faultless in defence but final ball wasn’t quite right on a couple of occasions. Produced a memorable piece of skill in the first half, though.

Rarmani Edmonds-Green: 5

One of his least assured performances. The youngster held onto the ball for too long far too often and gifted possession away on more than once occasion.

Tom Broadbent: 6

Did his job as well as he could have under the circumstances. Broadbent was asked to play long passes but they were often cut out.

Zeki Fryers: 6

Fryers looked comfortable enough at left-back and did not make any glaring errors. Attacking-wise, he could have offered more.

Anthony Grant: 6

The experienced midfielder didn’t enjoy his best game. Grant’s usually-astute positional sense was a little off and he didn’t get around the pitch with as much ease as he has done.

Michael Doughty: 7

Proved to be a source of creativity and linked up with Doyle a couple of times, including for Town’s second goal.

Diallang Jaiyesimi: 5

Another one who held onto the ball for too long and didn’t seem to be his usual self out there. Subbed.

Lloyd Isgrove: 6

The Welshman got to the by-line on a couple of occasions and looked a threat, certainly. But you always expect more from a player of his class. Subbed.

Jerry Yates: 6

Yates did not get into the game much in the first half but did show flashes of threat, nonetheless. Asked to play in an unusual position second half before being subbed.

Eoin Doyle: 8

Scored twice with chances that many would have squandered. Showed his class in front of goal yet again and proved to be the difference.


Admiral Muskwe: 6

Looked bright enough after coming on but was not involved in many memorable moments.

Keshi Anderson: 6

It was good to see Anderson back after so long out through injury. Perhaps a little rusty still but still carries a threat.

Matty Palmer: N/A

Players that feature for less than 20 minutes do not get a rating.