Player ratings Vs Rochdale

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Martin - 8 - his defence meant he was largely unused, but still made the important saves to make victory comfortable.

Lewington - 7 - a typically bullish display. Was caught too narrow in the first half, but kept Adams quite in the second.

Doumbe - 7 - looks much more at home in the centre of the defence. Threw himself in front of several goal-bound shots to protect Dons’ lead.

MacKenzie - 7 - dealt with the Rochdale attackers with ease throughout the game. Coped with everything in the air too.

Woodards - 7 - showed no ill-effects of being out for a month. Showed his pace and attacked well when he could.

Gleeson - 7 - on a difficult surface he still orchestrated much of the passing game that Dons enjoy.

Leven - 8 - excellent in attack and defence, but was visibly disappointed to pick up another booking.

Chadwick - 7 - instrumental in creating the second goal. Another of his usual energetic performances.

Marsh-Brown - 6 - had an unusually quiet game for the youngster. Failed to really get going, but played a part in setting up the third goal.

Powell - 8 - set one up and scored another. Was a threat every time he was on the ball and eager to break forward.

Vine - 8 - had his best game in a Dons shirt, topped off by a great finish for his first goal for the club.

Subs: Hughes - 7 - showed his Championship quality. Strong tackling, clever passes and could fill in for Leven on Tuesday against Charlton.

Baldock - 7 - made some good runs, eager to get on the ball, and dispatched the penalty with ease.

Ibehre - 7 - really made his presence known, and would have scored but for Marcus Holness’ hand.

Top Don - Vine - was simply instrumental in the first half domination. Scored a great opener and played a big part in the second goal too.