Dons ratings vs Coventry:
Ian McLoughlin - 6 - Not much he could do about either goal, but was a spectator for the second half. Some dodgy distribution at times.
Dean Lewington - 6 - Caught up field too often early on, but never really tested defensively.
Antony Kay - 5 - Looked shaky throughout, and played a key role in Coventry’s second goal.
Kyle McFadzean - 6 - After a nervy opening, settled the back four.
Jordan Spence - 7 - Had a lot of joy going forward in the first half.
Darren Potter - 5 - Not at the races at all, and didn’t look entirely comfortable.
Samir Carruthers - 6 - Tried to do to much, and gave away possession frequently.
Daniel Powell - 7 - Looked dangerous at times, but was met with a Coventry wall in the second half.
Carl Baker - 7 - Like Carruthers, tried to do a little too much against his former side. Had limited success though.
Ben Reeves - 7 - Industrious as ever. Was sacrificed for George Williams.
Devante Cole - 5 - Missed a sitter, and didn’t have a killer edge when Coventry’s defence gifted him chances.
Will Grigg - 6 - Didn’t change the game a lot.
George Williams - 7 - Was keen to get on the ball, and had a couple of decent efforts, one off the line.
Lewis Baker - 6 - Didn’t get to show himself much as Dons lumped it forwards.
Top Don: Daniel Powell