Ratings: Another good away day for Town in tricky conditions

We take a look back at the performances as Town secured a 2-1 away at Tranmere Rovers.

Will Norris – 6

No fault attached to the on loan Wolves keeper with Tranmere’s opener. Norris, just like at Oxford, performed well considering the conditions. Was called into action at the death but saved comfortably from Banks free-kick.

Luke Chambers – 7

Although the Town skipper was beaten in the air by Monthe for the Tranmere goal, it was a pretty solid display by Chambers. Defended well on a surface which suited his game.

James Wilson – 8

Dominated anything aerial which Tranmere threw at Town, becoming an important part of the Town defence. Dare I stay even starting to play a little too?!

Luke Woolfenden – 7

Attacked more than he was allowed to on Tuesday, confident on the ball as usual and stood up to his defensive challenges.

Luke Garbutt – 8

Provided a lovely bit of quality when it mattered to assist the Downes leveller. Defensively sound too, solid day at the office for Garbutt. Thought he dealt with the dangerous Caprice well.

Gwion Edwards – 7

After a few shaky displays, Edwards turned in a good performance at Prenton Park. Coming out on top on most of his defensive duals, whilst getting forward at will.

Emyr Huws – 7

Three games in a week, four league starts in a row, great to see! Not only is he playing every game, his influence is growing too.

Flynn Downes – 8

The battle between Downes and the experienced Perkins was an ongoing one. Battled away in the first half and showed his attacking instinct after the restart. Arriving in the box to expertly header the equaliser.

Alan Judge – 6

Perhaps the three games in the week took its toll on Judge. Shot well over the bar in the first half, the Ireland international wasn’t influencing the game as he had previously.

Will Keane – 6

Showed some good touches in the opening half, but was guilty of a poor final pass on more than one occasion. Unlucky with the acrobatics which was comfortably saved by the Rovers keeper.

Kayden Jackson – 8

On a poor pitch, Jackson’s pace is a perfect out ball. Plenty on work rate from the striker who deservedly scored the winner with a brilliant lobbed effort.

Teddy Bishop – 7

Replaced Judge just after the hour mark, Bishop glided past defenders and reminded Town fans what they’ve been missing.

James Norwood – 7

Surprisingly started from the bench against his former club. Norwood would have been dreaming of making an impact at Prenton Park. Well, he did, his beautiful ball to Jackson won the game for Town.

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