Player ratings Vs Swindon

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Martin - 7 - was largely unused for much of the game. Picked the ball out of his net once but only because he was bundled over the line unfairly by David Prutton in the first place.

Doumbe - 7 - picked up a booking for time-wasting early in the second half, but was relatively untroubled throughout. His second half effort on goal was the only one of note.

O’Hanlon - 7 - dealt with the hostile atmosphere well and muted his goal celebrations. Could have put the game beyond doubt with a second half header.

MacKenzie - 7 - stood up strong and true to recent form. Was dominant in the air and gave Calvin Andrew a tough 90 minutes.

Lewington - 7 - supported the attack well but was hardly troubled in defence.

Gleeson - 7 - nearly let the red mist ruin his game after a clash with Paul Caddis, but he still dictated play in the midfield.

Leven - 7 - is always a threat from set pieces, and he set up O’Hanlon to score. Great vision opened up play in the latter stages.

Chadwick - 7 - enjoyed freedom down the left flank in the first half, taking on his man with ease. Went quiet in the second, but not unlike the rest of the attack.

Powell - 7 - looked most likely to score the opener and had a couple of half chances to do so early doors. Didn’t see much of the ball in the second half before being replaced by Baldock.

Marsh-Brown - 6 - didn’t really get going on the day. Showed hints of his skill and pace but couldn’t get on the ball.

Ibehre - 8 - some terrific hold-up play from the centre forward invited the midfield into the attack. Hardly lost the ball and battled hard to win it back when he did.

Subs - Balanta - 6 - lucky not to be sent off after his rash two-footed lunge.

Baldock - 6 - more valuable match time ahead of the play-offs, but didn’t really make an impact.

Top Don - Ibehre - looked so eager to turn and run at goal, but had presence of mind when and where to do it. Showed some great skill to get a second half cross into the box to cap off an impressive show as he looks to make a return to the starting line-up.