Dons ratings vs Swindon Town:
David Martin - 7 - Untested really. Strong in the air and claimed a lot of Swindon’s corners.
Dean Lewington - 8 - Bullet-proof, even when he had to tackle Swindon’s manager Mark Cooper in the dugouts.
Kyle McFadzean - 8 - Really in sync with partner Antony Kay, and mopped up when the other couldn’t.
Antony Kay - 8 - Like McFadzean, read the game brilliantly.
Lee Hodson - 7 - Looked like Gladwin had the better of him for the first half, but came away with two assists.
Darren Potter - 7 - Quietly went about his job, but was far from the star in midfield.
Dele Alli - 8 - Excellent return to the first team after a long spell out. Should have won a penalty, had a decent effort and played a part in Dons’ second goal.
Dean Bowditch - 7 - Grew into the game as it wore on. Taken off towards the end.
Daniel Powell - 7 - Made a host of dangerous runs, should have had a goal before he eventually headed Dons into the lead.
Samir Carruthers - 9 - Has really found his place in the centre of the park. Ran the show for the visitors in another outstanding display.
Will Grigg - 7 - Another brace the striker takes him to 17 for the season.
Lewis Baker - 7 - Made an immediate impact wit ha shot just wide, and a part in the third goal.
Jordan Spence - Late change.
Devante Cole - Late change.
Top Don: Samir Carruthers