Player ratings Vs Oldham: Substitute Chadwick the only stand-out performer

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David Martin - 6 - Will be disappointed with the second and third goals. Spilled too many shots.

Dean Lewington - 5 - Struggled against Lee Croft’s pace and trickery.

Jon Otsemobor - 5 - Given a thankless task to mark Jordan Obita, who ran riot.

Gary MAcKenzie - 6 - Was probably responsible for picking up M’Voto at set pieces, but let him go for the second goal. Otherwise, solid.;

Shaun Williams - 6 - Tried to get the ball down and play, but wasn’t given much in the way of options in midfield as an outlet.

Darren Potter - 6 - Anonymous in the first half, began to get a little more involved in the second, but far from his most influential.

Chris Lines - 5 - Had next to no impact in a disappointing afternoon. Replaced at half time.

Ryan Harley - 6 - Tried to get involved, but gave the ball away too often. Replaced just after the break.

Daniel Powell - 6 - Took his goal well, but he, like the rest of the attackers, struggled to make an impact.

Dean Bowditch - 6 - Found himself in acres as usual, but barely saw the ball. First touch looked to evade him too.

Alan Smith - 6 - Tried to get involved in the physical battle, but was doubled-up on and out-numbered up front on his own,

Subs:

Luke Chadwick - 7 - Injected some excitement into Dons’ play again, but was given a mountain to climb.

Izale McLeod - 6 - Like Smith, looked isolated. Missed a pretty good chance to get Dons back in it at 3-1 though.

Adam Chicksen - 6 - Made a promising start, but fizzled out as Dons looked uninterested in the remaining 20 minutes.