Hatters rated v Tranmere Rovers

Nathan Doyle shoots for goal
Nathan Doyle shoots for goal

Elliot Justham: 7.5 - Exemplary handling all game and also made a wonderful save from Laird’s header to ensure Hatters were victorious.

Michael Harriman: 6.5 - Solid enough on the right side of Town’s back four as he stuck to his defensive duties well.

Scott Griffiths: 7 - Made some crucial interventions, particularly late on as Luton kept a long overdue clean sheet. A real shame he’ll be out with hernia op now.

Steve McNulty: 7 - Captain looked more commanding than he had in recent weeks and showed his leadership qualities as Tranmere pushed for a late leveller.

Luke Wilkinson: 7 - Another who grew into the game the longer it went on. Back to his aerial best and hopefully his blip is now behind him.

Nathan Doyle: 7 - Exudes control and allowed others to play around. Kept the Hatters ticking over by keeping it simple.

Jonathan Smith: 7.5 - Was here, there and everywhere, as he drove the Luton midfield forward. Lucky to escape booking in typically combative display.

Cameron McGeehan: 7 - The birthday boy relished his more advanced role and with the safety net of Doyle was able to push forward. Alive quickest to pounce for Town’s winner.

Ryan Hall: 6.5 - Showed flashes of creativity which hinted at better things to come, however, gave away far too many needless free kicks.

Paul Benson: 7 - Took a buffeting from the home defence as he worked tirelessly in attack before withdrawn for Stockley late on.

Mark Cullen: 6 - Won the penalty, only to fluff his lines and thankful for McGeehan to spare his blushes. Not involved as much as he could have been.

Alex Lawless (SUB): 5.5 - Replaced Hall, but didn’t really see a great deal of the ball during his time out there.

Jayden Stockley (SUB): 5.5 - Allowed Benson to have a breather and tried to keep the home defence occupied.

Jake Howells (SUB): 5 - Came on in injury time with Luton looking to see out time.

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