Doncaster Rovers: Player ratings from the Accrington Stanley clash

John Marquis
John Marquis

The Star’s Paul Goodwin assesses the performances at the Keepmoat Stadium.

IAN LAWLOR 6

Blameless for both goals but not as commanding as usual.

MATTY BLAIR 7

Showed off his versatility again with a good display at right back before later switching to midfield.

CRAIG ALCOCK 6

Lacked the conviction and confidence he displayed against Luton last time out.

ANDY BUTLER 6

Looked nervy at times and might have done more to close down McCartan for opening goal.

NIALL MASON 6

Went quietly about his business but rarely got forward.

HARRY MIDDLETON 6

Grew into the game after a slow start. Needs game time to adapt to holding role.

CONOR GRANT 6

Atoned for error in build-up to opener by crossing for Rowe’s goal. His passing was poor after the break.

TOMMY ROWE 7

Blotted his copybook with yellow card for diving and late miss but was most influential player for large part.

JAMES COPPINGER 6

Buzzed around in typical style. Came close to scoring vital third.

ALFIE MAY 6

Worked his socks off on his first start and held onto it well at times. Missed a good chance early on.

JOHN MARQUIS 7

Took his goal in confident fashion and looked back to his best in the second half.

SUBS USED

MATHIEU BAUDRY 5

Came on to help close out the game but his extra height could not prevent the equaliser.

ANDY WILLIAMS 5

Headed a good chance wide within seconds of coming on.

SUBS NOT USED

Ross Etheridge, Paul Keegan, Cedric Evina, Will Longbottom.

ACCRINGTON

Marek Rodak 7, Matty Pearson 6, Harvey Rodgers 6, Mark Hughes 6, Rommy Boco 6 (Shaw 75, 5), Jordan Clark 6, Scott Brown 6 (Jonny Edwards 67, 6), Seamus Conneely 6, Sean Clare 5 (Noor Husin 46, 6), Shay McCartan 7, Billy Kee 6. Subs not used: Aaron Davis, Terry Gornell, Ross Sykes, Aaron Chapman.

REFEREE

ROB LEWIS 3

ATTTENDANCE

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