Hatters rated v Notts County

Mark Tyler claims
Mark Tyler claims

Mark Tyler: 6 - Ended up picking the ball out of the net five times, although only three were legitimate goals. Can’t be happy with some of the defending in front of him.

Stephen O’Donnell: 6 - Solid enough from the full back apart from one moment when Campbell nipped in. Didn’t manage to ever really make an impact at the other end of the field though.

Scott Griffiths: 6.5 - Might have been disappointed he didn’t do more to stop McLeod running through for the second goal moments after half time. Did his bit to help Hatters respond though with a powerful run that eventually set up McGeenhan’s strike.

Scott Cuthbert: 5.5 - Got himself in a tangle in the closing stages as McLeod burst clear and gave the referee no other option but to send him off with a clumsy challenge.

Luke Wilkinson: 6 - Centre half found it tough against McLeod and was caught out of position when the striker raced away in injury time to win the all-important free kick.

Olly Lee: 6.5 - Showed some nice touches once more when driving Luton forward from midfield. Unlucky to see no-one else react when his challenge had threatened to halt County’s break for the hosts second.

Jonathan Smith: 6 - Opened his account for the season with a lovely shot into the bottom corner. At times found it hard to get the ball off the impressive Stanley Aborah though.

Danny Green: 5.5 - Some nice interchanges early on as Luton played some good stuff in the first half. Never as effective as he had been against Cambridge though and was withdrawn in the second period.

Luke Guttridge: 6.5 - Another who was neat and tidy but couldn’t quite hit the heights achieved the previous weekend. Looked to have picked up an injury as he hobbled off just before the hour mark.

Josh McQuoid: 7 - As always, looks far happier when facing goal and takings his opponents on. Played his part in Luton’s fight back with a great run and cross for the first goal.

Craig Mackail-Smith (STAR MAN): 7.5 - Once again looked a class apart with his never say die attitude and ability to chase and harry defenders. Crying out for a striker partner though as his best work is often coming too far from goal.

Ryan Hall (SUB): 6 - Teed up Jonathan Smith’s leveller, but his final ball was lacking at time with Hatters going for a winner.

Cameron McGeehan (SUB): 7 - Making a real name for himself by popping up in the opposition area for vital goals. Did so again and might have had another but for a desperate block.

Steve McNulty (SUB): 5 - Defender was on after Cuthbert red and could only watch as Noble free kick whistled into the top corner.

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