Player ratings Vs Charlton

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Martin - 7 - had another quiet night with Charlton creating very little. Strong once again with crosses.

Lewington - 7 - Mr Consistent marked Wagstaff completely out of the game. Reid didn’t have much better luck against him either. Hit the post with a great free-kick.

Doumbe - 7 - continued his good run at centre back with another strong showing at centre back.

MacKenzie - 8 - gave Benson no room to do anything all night, dominating at the back.

Woodards - 7 - kept the wingers in check and attacked well in the first half. Shows no signs of his ankle injury.

Gleeson - 7 - as usual was calm in possession, with a good eye for a pass. Worked well with Chadwick and Hughes.

Hughes - 7 - impressed on his first start. Showed a great first touch, and smothered Charlton’s midfield well.

Chadwick - 8 - braved illness to play, making his usual tricky runs and played a key part in creating the opener.

Marsh-Brown - 7 - was doubled up on by Charlton, but still showed signs of his attacking ability until he hobbled off in the second half.

Powell - 8 - scored one and created one. Looked a threat every time he was on the ball, frightening the full backs on both flanks.

Vine - 7 - put in a good shift up front, covering a lot of ground. Should have killed the game off, but picked up a hamstring strain in the process.

Subs: Baldock - 7 - was a part of everything when he came on. Should have scored earlier, but put away the more difficult chance in stoppage time.

Ibehre - 7 - the target man is nearly at full fitness and was a real handful for Llera and Dailly in the Charlton defence.

Chicksen - 6 - came on late for Chadwick and killed time well on the flanks.

Top Don - Daniel Powell - now the club’s leading scorer with eight goals. The youngster is impressing more and more in every game and has the ability to be in the right place at the right time when it matters.