Ratings: Not good enough from Town as promotion slips further away
We take a whistle stop look at the performances has Town were held to a goalless draw at AFC Wimbledon.
Tomas Holy – 6
Largely untested tonight, perhaps got away with a dodgy punch in the second half. To be fair, Holy was one of the very few who came over to thank the travelling support.
James Wilson – 6
The usual from Wilson, who won the vast majority of his battles again. Fans voiced moans when clearing into touch at the death, but that’s what you get from the former Lincoln man.
Luke Woolfenden – 6
The Town defender had a tame effort at goal at the start of the second half. Largely untested defensively against a poor Wimbledon side.
Luke Chambers – 6
Making his 350th appearance for Town tonight. What a servant his been for Town. No one will be hurting more than him watching his side fall short again.
Josh Earl – 5
Making his full Town debut replacing Myles Kenlock. Not offering too much attacking threat and when he was in that area, the on-loan man lacked quality.
Janoi Donacien – 5
Tried to get forward when he could but similarly to Earl he lacked the quality needed more often than not. As with the majority of Town fans, Donacien was getting more frustrated by the minute.
Cole Skuse – 5
Not sure we really needed him in midfield. Skuse saw plenty of the ball but not really capable of the defence splitting ball which was needed.
Emyr Huws – 6
Took up some good positions but often had to check back on himself due to lack of options. Needs to keep playing, certainly one of our better players.
Flynn Downes – 7
Again my standout player. Tried, and succeeded on several occasions, to engage and win the ball up the pitch. His passion and drive is refreshing to watch. Enjoy him, he won’t be here much longer.
Kayden Jackson – 5
Just not happening for our strikers at the moment. Plenty of huff and puff from Jackson, but again no real quality when it mattered.
James Norwood – 5
Norwood came the closest to breaking the deadlock and Kingsmeadow. Hitting the bar in the opening half and then dropping deep and creating his own opening after the break. But, as with our team at the moment, the chance came and went. Replaced by Keane midway through the second half.