Judge, Huws and Chambo the pick of the bunch in a rampant Town performance

TOTT take a look at the ratings for Town’s 4-1 win against Accrington Stanley at Portman Road on Saturday.

Will Norris – 7

A quiet afternoon for the on-loan Wolves man, unfortunately he was not rewarded with a clean sheet thanks to a late Accrington penalty.

Luke Woolfenden – 8

Showed great forward instinct and composure in making Town’s opener. The ball playing defender was brilliant throughout, capped with a brilliant bit of skill for Will Keane’s late strike.

James Wilson – 7

Playing centrally of the three, Wilson had a largely uneventful afternoon until late in the game. Got beaten by Zanzala to the ball and the forward stepped up to get a consolation goal.

Luke Chambers – 8

Played his part in a brilliant first-half display, the Town skipper looked re-energised at the back. Steady at the back, but it was his forward play which was the highlight, providing a clever flick for Judges’ goal just before the break.

Luke Garbutt – 7

Slotted in Woolfenden with a superb weight of pass for the Jackson opener. Along with Edwards kept the width for Town which allowed the spaces to open up.

Gwion Edwards – 7

Another steady, if not spectacular performance from the Welshman. With his contract up at the end of the season there will be plenty of suitors if not offered Town deal.

Emyr Huws – 8

Brilliant performance by Huws, the best I’ve seen from him in a Town shirt. Crisp passing which led to the opening goal, really positive throughout. Saturday/Tuesday could be too much for him still though.

Flynn Downes – 7

Worked in partnership with Huws really well, winning the ball back on several occasions and then distributing well.

Alan Judge – 8

Covered nearly every blade of grass and was involved in nearly everything Town did well. Whether it was picking little pockets of space or drifting out-wide, Accrington couldn’t handle him.

Kayden Jackson – 8

Kept his former employers on their toes by being a constant threat, in particular running in behind. Will be credited with the opener and certainly defended from the front.

James Norwood – 7

Finally scored a chip! Lovely finish past a hopeless keeper, provided a physical presence up front and the Accrington defence certainly know they’ve been in a game. Could have added gloss to the shoreline but wasn’t quite clinical enough.

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