Dons ratings vs Wolves: JFC runs the show

Ratings vs Wolves:

Wednesday, 6th April 2016, 6:00 am
Jake Forster-Caskey

Cody Cropper - 7 - Looked good again, confident on crosses, but stuck for the goals.

Dean Lewington - 6 - Nothing right, nothing wrong really.

Antony Kay - 7 - Continued his solid performances of late.

Joe Walsh - 7 - Helped keep the Wolves front line quiet for the majority.

George Baldock - 4 - Never really at the races all night. Out-jumped for George Saville’s goal.

Darren Potter - 5 - Very much played second fiddle to the lively Jake Forster-Caskey.

Jake Forster Caskey - 8 - A part of everything good Dons did, particularly in the first half. Faded in the second, but so did the rest.

Daniel Powell - 6 - Looked good at times, but didn’t get on the ball enough.

Samir Carruthers - 5 - Tried hard but what he tried didn’t pull off.

Carl Baker - 5 - Apart from setting up the goal after six minutes, didn’t really add much to the show.

Nicky Maynard - 7 - Deserved the goal, looked Dons’ biggest threat when the ball made it into the area.


Josh Murphy - 5 - Looked lively, but couldn’t do it alone.

Alex Revell - 5 - Didn’t change the game. Maynard’s removal took all attacking threat away.

Jay Emmanuel-Thomas - 5 - Too late to make a difference.

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