Dons ratings vs Doncaster:
David Martin - 7 - A passenger for long periods, but made two excellent stops to keep Doncaster at bay.
Dean Lewington - 6 - Caught up field on a few occasions, but wasn’t made to pay.
Kyle McFadzean - 6 - Had a bit of a shaky start to the second period, but otherwise accomplished.
Antony Kay - 6 - Few rush of blood moments, but otherwise fine.
Jordan Spence - 6 - Didn’t look comfortable again, caught too narrow at times.
Dele Alli - 8 - Instrumental in everything Dons did, as ever.
Darren Potter - 7 - The silent partner in midfield again, mopping up any loose ends.
Lewis Baker - 7 - Influence dampened by Doncaster’s packed midfield, but still found space to play some nice stuff.
Samir Carruthers - 8 - Industrious on the flank in his first game back from suspension. Looked a lively outlet.
Rob Hall - 7 - Looked like he was trying too hard at times. Dangerous though, but fitness told and he was withdrawn.
Will Grigg - 7 - Ran all night as he does, but wasn’t given many chances by a stern Rovers defence.
Carl Baker - 8 - Changed the game by setting up the opener, and netting the other two.
Dean Bowditch - 6 - Didn’t to a lot, but what he did do, get his face on the opener, counted.
Daniel Powell - A late change for Carruthers
Top Don: Dele Alli